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LOYOLA I 

NEWORLEANS - 



987 



Seventy- Fifth Anniversary 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/wolfyearbook1987loyo 



THE WOLF 



LOYOLA UNIVERSITY NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 




C. T. Vincent 



STUDENT LIFE 



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INTRAMURALS 



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CLASSES 

59 

ORGANIZATIONS 

103 

FACULTY 

125 

FACES/PLACES 

141 

ADVERTISERS 



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DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY EDITION 



1912-1987 



Celebrating A 75th Anniversary: 

Loyola Is Recognizee! As A Leader In Catholic Education 



Celebrating seventy-five years 
of dedication to the pursuit 
and discovery of truth, Loyola 
University is recognized as one of the 
leaders of Catholic education in the 
South. 

The Jesuits were among the earli- 
est settlers of Louisiana and the New 
Orleans area. As early as 1725, there 
was a question of opening a Jesuit 
college in New Orleans. In 1733, Fa- 
ther de Beaubois, who was in charge 
of the local Jesuit missions, peti- 
tioned the French government for a 
college to be established in New Or- 
leans. The petition was ignored, and 
the college was to wait until another 
century. 

The Jesuits returned to New Or- 
leans in 1847 when the charter of the 
province was given. This charter, 
known as the "Societe Catholique 
d'Education Religieuse et Litteraire" 
was expanded March 6, 1856 by an 
amendment which empowered the 
corporation to confer "literary hon- 
ors, degrees, and diplomas." 

This resulted in a college of liberal 
arts and sciences known as Immacu- 
late Conception, to which a prepara- 
tory school was attached. Popularly 
known as the "Jesus School," it was 
located on Baronne and Common 
Streets in downtown New Orleans. 
The first classes were held February 
1, 1849, with a faculty of seven. The 
system of studies followed the "Ratio 



Studiorum" of the Jesuits which em- 
phasized philosophy and the classics. 

As the city grew, so did Jesuit edu- 
cation. Foreseeing the development 
of a new parish, the Reverend John 
O'Shanahan, S.J., superior of the 
southern Jesuits, purchased the tract 
of land opposite Audubon Park of St. 
Charles Ave. in 1889. A wooden 
church was erected May 29, 1892, by 
lay brothers of the New Orleans mis- 
sion skilled in carpentry. The Rever- 
end John Downey, S.J., was the first 
pastor and superior of the residence 
of the Holy Name of Jesus. This 
church was later dismantled and 
moved to Westwego. 

On September 7, 1904, the St. 
Charles Avenue property became the 
home of an academy and college, 
both known as Loyola College, locat- 
ed at the rear of the church. The plan 
of studies, administration, and orga- 
nization of the new school was iden- 
tical to that of Immaculate Concep- 
tion. Only one student was classified 
as a college student, while eight at- 
tended the academy. 

Subjects such as Latin, Greek, 
French, math, history, geography, 
penmanship, elocution, and religion 
were taught. The first graduate was 
Basil R. Beltran, later to become a 
distinguished Philadelphian physi- 
cian. 

In 1907, the Marquette Association 
for Higher Education, with Mr. B.A. 



Oxnard as President, was organized 
for the purpose of establishing a uni- 
versity from the two colleges. The 
same group was responsible for the 
financing of Marquette Hall. On Sep- 
tember 11, 1911, the colleges of Im- 
maculate Conception and Loyola 
were to form a university with all 
studies taking place at the St. 
Charles Avenue site. Sixty-nine stu- 
dents registered when Loyola 
opened. Early in 1912, the university 
applied for a charter from the Louisi- 
ana General Assembly to be recog- 
nized as a university. The assembly 
granted the charter first in April, and 
then gave its final approval on July 
10, 1912. Thus, Loyola was autho- 
rized to grant all university degrees. 

The class of 1912 did not receive 
degrees under the charter, because it 
was not fully approved until the 
summer after their commencement. 
The first degrees under the charter 
were awarded in March, 1913. As a 
result of the early and complicated 
evolution of Loyola, she welcomed 
1911 and 1912 graduates with char- 
tered diplomas at the same time. 

As the diamond anniversary edi- 
tion of the Wolf is presented, we 
hope that each student may realize 
as he walks through Loyola that 
thousands have trod these same 
paths before, just as thousands will 
travel them in the future. Loyolans, 
this is your heritage. 



Through Its 75 Years, Loyola 
Has Seen New Orleans Grow 



The city of New Orleans beguiles 
resident and visitor alike. From the 
French Quarter, with its old brick 
and plaster buildings with iron-tat- 
ted balconies and narrow streets, to 
the new buildings that soar toward 



the gulf coast sky, this is the essence 
of our town. We are proud that Loy- 
ola University, with its students and 
staff, represent a part of this New 
Orlean's heritage. 




ABOVE: A part of the New Orleans transit 
system is the wonderful, wooden-seated, 
clanging streetcar that travels the city's last 
trolley line. Streetcars run daily past the Loy- 
ola campus, up famous St. Charles Avenue. 
The line was built in 183.5. 
ABOVE RIGHT: Almost anywhere you care 
to wander in New Orleans you will find the 
excitement of the shops and stores. Jax's is no 
exception. It is a popular spot for local resi 
dents as well as tourists and visitors. 
RIGHT: The French Quarter, or Vieux Carre, 
is seventy blocks between Canal Street, Ram- 
part Street, Esplanade Avenue and the river. 
It formed the original settlement of New Or- 
leans. In many ways the French Quarter is 
still the true heart of the city, not only because 
of its historical nature, but also because it is 
still very much alive. 





TOP: Of all the mirrors of New Orlean's tradi- 
tions and character, perhaps, none is so reveal- 
ing as the city's fabulous food. Beignet's are 
square, fluffy, doughnut-like pastries, copious- 
ly covered with powdered sugar. 
ABOVE LEFT: The Superdome is a multi- 
purpose center designed to accomodate sport- 
ing events, trade shows, concerts and conven- 
tions. It is one of the largest indoor stadiums 
in the United States. 

LEFT: The steamboat "Natchez" is a stern- 
wheel steamboat that travels into the pages of 
history that made the river and her boats fam- 
ous. The "Natchez" tours the Crescent City as 
it cruises up and down the Mississippi River. 
ABOVE: A New Orleans tradition since 1948, 
the "Lucky Dogs" stands are familiar sights in 
the local area. Friendly vender's are eager to 
greet customers. 



Our Presidential Heritage 



Albert Biever, S.J. 1904-1913 



Legend has it that Rev. William 
Powers, S.J., then superior of the Je- 
suit province that included New Or- 
leans, summoned Rev. Albert Biever, 
S.J., gave him a dime for car fare, and 
sent him uptown to establish a uni- 
versity. Later that same year, 1904, 
the first students of Loyola college 
registered. 

By 1906, the college had grown. 
Father Biever called a Catholic 
men's conference to raise funds for a 
new building, which developed into 
Marquette Hall. Loyola merged with 
another local Jesuit college and be- 
came a university. 

Loyola applied to the Louisiana 
General Assembly for formal recog- 



nition as a university. Upon hearing 
rumors that some assemblymen 
thought the Jesuits were incapable of 
conducting a university. Father 
Biever himself delivered a rousing 
speech in their favor. "The sun does 
not set on any part of the universe in 
which there is not a Jesuit universi- 
ty," he declared. He must have con- 
vinced the assembly, for Loyola was 
authorized to grant university de- 
grees in July of 1912. 

Father Biever became the first 
president of Loyola, His years of ef- 
fort and dedication helped make the 
Jesuit dream of a university in New 
Orleans a reality. 




James C. Carter, S.J. 1974-Present 



Father James Carter, S.J., the cur- 
rent president of Loyola, was born in 
New York City and was ordained as a 
priest at Woodstock College, MD in 
1958. 

He joined the Loyola University 
staff in 1960 as an assistant professor 
of Physics. In 1967 he became an as- 
sociate professor of Physics. From 
1968-1970 he served as the director of 
education, for the New Orleans prov- 
ince of the Society of Jesus. He be- 
came the academic vice-president for 
the university in 1970 and remained 
in that position until 1974 when he 
became the current president of Loy- 



ola university. 

He received a BS degree in Physics 
from Spring Hill College in 1952; a 
MS from Fordham University in 
1953, also in Physics; STL in theol- 
ogy from Woodstock College in 1959 
and a PhD in physics from the 
Catholic University of America in 
1956. 

Father Carter has seen just about 
as many changes at Loyola as Father 
Biever did when the school was 
young. Since assuming the office in 
1974, Father Carter has busied him- 
self with the changes necessary to 
take Loyola into the 21st century. 





Alphonse E. Otis, S.J. 

191:M919 

Edward Cummings, S.J. 

1919-19J1 

Francis X. Twellmeyer, S.J. 

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F.D. Sullivan, S.J. 

192r>-19:U 

John W. Hynes 

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Harold A. Gaudin, S.J. 

19:16-1939 



Percy A. Roy, S.J. 

19;»- 194.5 

Thomas J. Shields, S.J. 

194.5-19.^2 

W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J. 

19.5-2-1961 



Andrew C. Smith, S.J. 

1961-19(56 

Homer R. Jolley, S.J. 

1966-1970 

Michael F. Kennelly, S.J. 

1970-1974 



Loyola's History Today 



Past decades of Loyola history are 
reflected in the buildings throughout 
the campus. Reflections of the past 
combined with modern architecture 
help create the imprint of our ever 
changing time. Each building, with 
its history and style combine to 
make Loyola University unique 
among urban campuses. 




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Marquette Hall is the oldest building on the 
present campus. Built in 1910-1911, it is 
named in honor of Jacques Marquette, a mis- 
sionary and explorer. It houses the adminis- 
trative offices, including the office of the 
president. Classes are conducted in the build- 
ing and the Marquette Theatre is used by stu- 
dents and faculty. 

Bobet Hall was built in honor of Mr. and 
Mrs. E. J. Bobet, donors of library equipment, 
stacks and books. The building was begun in 
1923 and completed in 1924. Today, it is the 



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College of Arts and Science. Common curricu- 
lum classes are also conducted in Bobet Hall. 
In September, 1947, a "glorified" temporary 
building was built on campus to serve as the 
College of Business Administration until the 
university outgrew it. The building was named 
for Mrs. Olive A. Stallings in 1955. Mrs. Stall- 
ings had contributed a vast amount of money 
to Loyola. At the present time the city college 
offices are in Stallings, and also classes are 
conducted there. 





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The library was built in 1950 in honor of 
Loyola students and alumni who died in 
World War II. The library provides refuge for 
students seeking the peaceful atmosphere 
needed for academic endeavors. It contains 
218,631 volumes and 1,864 periodicals. 

Biever Hall, men's residence, was dedicated 
in 1964. It was named in honor of Albert H. 
Biever, S. J., first president of Loyola Univer- 
sity. Biever Hall houses undergraduate men 
and women. It is a six story residence with a 
capacity of housing 410 students. 



Past Reflected In Buildings 



"The spirit engendered by the 
original Loyola university campus 
has receded into a cloud of lost 
time." Those words were written in a 
past issue of the Maroon and help 



explain how buildings illustrate 
changing times on the Loyola cam- 
pus. Only memories, pictures and 
printed words remain of "land- 
marks" from Loyola's past. St. 



Charles Avenue is registered as ai^ 
Historic Landmark and Loyola Uni? 
versity shares in the long and famous 
history of "The avenue". 



Three private residences on Marquette 
Place were purchased in 1925 from the New 
Orleans Province to be used as dormitories 
especially for athletes. Beginning with the 
building nearest the campus, they were named 
the Texas, the Utah and the Oklahoma. The 
Texas was the original .Jesuit residence. Later 
it was used for offices and classrooms and was 
called Biever Hall. It was razed in 1968. 




The Reserve Officers Training Corps. 
(ROTO program was established at Lovola in 
1947. In 19,55 the ROTC moved on to Loyola's 
campus, and six one-story army surplus build- 
ings were added to the campus to provide the 
extra space needed for returning war veterans. 




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In May, 189(1 the parish of Most Holy Name 
of Jesus was established. The original Holy 
Name of .Jesus church was dedicated on May 
29, 1892. It was built entirely of native wood 
and was of (lothic design. The church was 
referred to as "Little Jesuit" and was situated 
on land which is now the Communications- 
/Music Complex. 

On May 1, 1911!, the groundbreaking began 
for the church that we know today as the Most 
Holy Name of Jesus church. The church was 
being built with the financial assistance of 
Kate McDermott in memory of her brother, 
the late Thomas C. McDermott. The corner- 
stone was laid on January 2. 1916, but con- 
struction made slow progress due to World 
War I. The building was finally dedicated on 
December 9, 1918. 





The first Loyola gymnasium, a small wood- 
en structure, was built facing Freret Street in 
1920. In 1923 Loyola added a football stadium 
which seated several thousand fans. The new 

>oyola Field House was built in 1954 and seat- 

d over six thousand fans. 



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Beginning Loyola's Future 



The science complex was completed in 1969 
and named for J. Edgar Monroe. At the pre- 
sent time Monrt)e Hall contains both offices 
and classroom space for the science, math- 
ematics, political science and computer de- 
partments. 

Branch Knox Miller Hall was completed in 
1973. It was named in honor of the father of 
Alice J. Miller, friend and benefactor of Loy- 
ola University. Today Miller Hall houses the 
college of business, a portion of the library 
resources, the university archives and the me- 
dia center. 




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The Communications/Music Complex was 
completed in 1983. It is the newest building on 
the Loyola campus. It houses administrative 
offices, the Wolf and Maroon Loyola publica- 
tions, communications and music libraries, 
WLDC closed-circuit radio studio and Roussel 
Hall. These are only a portion of the many 
organizations, functions and classes that are 
conducted in this the newest of the Loyola 
University buildings. 



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In 1964. the Danna Center was completed. 
The center was named tor Dr. Joseph A. 
Danna. dean of Loyola's medical school from 
1916 until its closing in 1925. Upon his death 
in 1955, Dr. Danna left the residue of his estate 
to Loytjla. The Danna Center is a student ser- 
vices building and is a popular meeting place 
for students and faculty alike. 



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Buddig Hall, women's residence, was dedi- 
cated in 1966 in honor of Henrietta Buddig 
Legier, wife of John Legier, friend and bene- 
factor of Loyola University. Buddig Hall is a 
twelve story residence with a capacity of ac- 
commodating 429 women. 



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A Glimpse Of The Past 




The pictures on these two pages are a 
selection from previous issues of the 
Wolf. They portray scenes from Loyo- 
la's past, including the dental and phar- 
maceutical labs, faculty and student ^y,,.. 
life. 



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Loyola In A Changing World 



The last seventy-five years have 
been full of changes for the world, 
and certainly Loyola is no exception. 
This is perhaps best illustrated by 
the coming and goings of the differ- 
ent academic disciplines that have 
been offered for study. For example, 
did you know that from 1917 to 1919 
Loyola had a school of Nautical Sci- 
ences, Marine Architecture, and Ma- 
rine Engineering? Or about the 
School of Oratory that existed from 
1917 until 1920? For a short time in 
the same period there were also 
schools of Mechanics, Architecture, 
Civil Engineering, Post-Graduate 



Medicine, and a Wireless Telegraph 
School. For a time during WW II, 
there was even a Civilian Pilot 
Training Program. 

Today's Loyola student that 
comes to study business or communi- 
cations might be surprised to learn 
that some of the school's more popu- 
lar courses of study in the past in- 
cluded Dentistry, and Pharmacy, 
both of which lasted quite a long 
time. The school of Dentistry was 
not phased out until 1972 and Medi- 
cal Technology was just closed last 
year. The ROTC program is being 
moved to another location. 



The schools and colleges presently 
a part of Loyola are the College of 
Arts and Sciences, which has been 
around as long as Loyola; the College 
of Business Administration, which 
was added in 1947; the School of 
Law, which was established for the 
night division in 1914 and the day 
division in 1925; the College of Mu- 
sic, started in 1932; and City College, 
which grew from the school of Com- 
merce and Finance which was found- 
ed in 1917. The photos on these two 
pages are a glimpse into the Loyola 
of past years ... j 



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Traditions Continue 




It is with great pleasure that the 
1986-87 "Wolf yearbook staff has 
presented a collection of memories 
and traditions in celebration of the 
75th year of Loyola's history. 

It would seem appropriate, after 
focusing on Loyola's past, to present 
a "new beginning," one of many 
which is a part of Loyola tradition. 

On March 16, 1987, Margaret 
Mary Garitty, a 1986 graduate of 
LSU in petroleum engineering, was 
married to Anthony Joseph Zelenka, 
a 1986 graduate of Loyola with a de- 
gree in management/marketing. The 
ceremony was held in the Holy 
Name Church. Members of both the 
bride and grooms families have also 
been a part of the "Loyola family" 
history. Mr. Earl James Garitty Jr., 
father of the bride, graduated from 
Loyola in 1947 from the School of 
Pharmacy. Mr. Daniel Edward Ze- 
lenka, father of the groom, graduated 
from Loyola in 1962 from the Dental 
School 

The Holy Name of Jesus Church is 
the facal point of spiritual life on the 
Loyola campus. It is also the location 
of many weddings and special school 
ceremonies. 




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Student Life 



Mass Of The Holy Spirit 




TOP LEFT: Father Carter distributes the Eu- 
charist. TOP RIGHT: The Loyola Chorale 
makes a joyful noise. BOTTOM LEFT: Stu- 
dents enjoyed their free boxed lunches. BOT- 
TOM RIGHT: Father Lundy in the pulpit at 
Holy Name. 





The Mass on the Holy Spirit is one 
of Loyola's most enduring traditions. 
Held in the Church of the Most Holy 
Name of Jesus, it allows the universi- 
ty community a chance to unite and 
give thanks for another year of qual- 
ity Catholic education in the south. 
According to many, it is the best way 
to get the school year off to a good 
start. 

After the ceremony, a boxed lunch 
picnic was sponsored by Campus 
Ministry in the Activities Quad. It 
provided a relaxed setting as the 
many faculty, staff and students in 
attendence chatted about plans for 
the coming school year. 




ABOVE: Father Carter celebrates mass in 
Holv Name surrounded by fellow Loyola 
priests. CENTER: Michelle Campos and 
Steve Cimino enjoy the splendid weather. 
BOTTOM: There's nothing like a picnic to 
start the year off right! 



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Fire 

Up 

Loyola 




"Fire Up, Loyola!" This cry 
echoed through the halls of our uni- 
versity during the Fall semester as 
student leaders banned together to 
encourage participation in all facets 
of the school by students, faculty and 
administration. The purpose of this 
event was to banish apathy and lack 
of concern, things which can ruin 
student body spirit. 




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TOP LEFT: A boy and his balloon! TOP 
RIGHT: Ashes to ashes, dust to dust; Loyola 
has buried apathy, we trust. LEFT: Icebreak- 
ers get everyone "fired up". ABOVE: A sec- 
ond line is a" coming! 



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Club Basketball 



Fourteen seasons have come 
and gone since we last saw the 
Wolfpack play for Loyola. In 1972, 
a feeling of indifference compelled 
school officials to drop athletics 
from the university and to re-em- 
phasize the academic atmosphere. 

However, for many, the devel- 
opment of the mind was not 
enough; the recent resurgence of 
school spirit has brought basket- 
ball back to Loyola --- at least on 
the club level. 

The first game of club basket- 
ball was played on October 30, 
1986, at the Tulane arena. Over 
1,100 fans were in attendance, the 
majority of whom were sporting 
the rarely seen school colors of 
maroon and gold. Students, facul- 
ty, alumni and staff cheered wild- 
ly as the Wolfpack defeated Tu- 
lane 69-61 in an exhilerating con- 
test. 

As the 15-man squad of Loyola's 
club basketball team will attest, 
the Wolfpack is back! The team is 
coached by Robert Reed and the 
Rev. Hacker J. Fagot, S.J. 



TOP: The Wolfpack basketball club prepares 
for the big game. ABOVE: Wolfpack PAWS 
line-up for an exciting routine. RIGHT: Play- 
ers await the outcome of an attempted shot. 




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Loyola is assisting in the forma- 
tion of a Collegiate Club Basketball 
Conference in New Orleans. At the 
present time teams from Loyola, Tu- 
lane and Xavier University comprise 
the conference teams. Besides a regu- 
lar schedule, the conference includes 
a post-season tournament. 






TOR- Charles LeBeauf. Paul Briuglio and Do- 
minick Weilbaecher intensely watch the ac- 
tion on the court. CENTER LEFT: John Le- 
gan completes a free throw. CENTER 
RIGHT: The Alpha Chi's show strong support 
for the Wolfpack. LEFT: The Wolfpack 
stands proudly with their Dixie Cup Trophy. 



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Boat Dance 



Fall is the best time of the year to 
go for a river cruise; crowds are 
small, and the weather is great! Loy- 
ola students were given a chance to 
enjoy the mighty Mississippi, and 
each other, during the Fall Boat 
Dance aboard the riverboat "Presi- 
dent." The crowd's dancing teetered 
and tossed the steamer as it made its 
way through the city by night. Judg- 
ing by the number of exhausted bo- 
dies making their way back to school 
from the river, the event was a rous- 
ing success! The festivities were 
sponsored jointly by the Student 
Government Association, Cabra, 
Buddig and Biever Residence Coun- 
cils, the Black Student Union, the 
Panhellenic Council, the Interfrater- 
nity Council, the International Stu- 
dent Union and LUCAP. Hey guys 
. . . how about getting together for 
another one next year? 




TOP: Julie Fritz and other dancers catch the 
spirit while traveling down the Mississippi 
River. RIGHT: Loyola students enjoy the 
evening on the riverboat "President". 




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LEFT: Couples enjoy a slow dance aboard the 
riverboat. BELOW LEFT: Mike Milliken 
"dances with himself." BELOW: Lance Ja- 
cobs, and Jerrol Duhon of J&J Connection 
supplied the tunes at the Boat Dance. 




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Winter Wonderland 



On a cool day in December, the 
near-impossible happened: it snowed 
in New Orleans, but just at Loyola. 
Everyone was treated to a "snowfall" 
of about five inches, much to their 
delight. The "snow" was actually 
twenty tons of crushed ice, dumped 
on the grass in the Activities Quad 
between Bobet Hall and the Danna 
Center. It was "Winter Wonder- 



land," a fun-filled afternoon of 
snowy games, sponsored by the "Stu- 
dent Union Variety Unlimited" com- 
mittee and Oshman's Sporting 
Goods Stores. Activities included 
"snow limbo" and other games. 
Christmas carols were sung by the 
Loyola Chorale, Santa Claus made 
an appearance, and the "Loyola 
Snow Wolf was on hand to pose for 



photos with students. Eggnog and 
hot chocolate flowed freely. 

All of the carefully thought-out 
plans quickly crumbled, as the snow 
hit the ground. Students dug in at 
lightening speed and no one is sure 
who was the first to begin throwing 
snowballs. 




For those who had never before experienced 
snow, or to those to whom "crushed ice" was 
just another "Slurpee," it was an intriguing 
(and chilly) sensation. They soon caught on, 
and before long joined in, tossing the round, 
white missiles like everyone else! 

An attempt was made to start a round of 
"limbo" but no progress could be made amid 
the constant barrage of snow from every con- 
ceivable direction. The event's organizers 
quickly gave in, resigning themselves to the 
unorganized aerial warfare that showed no 
sign of letting up. 



ABOVE LEFT: Snowballs fly everywhere! 
ABOVE RIGHT: Mary Vazzola knows what 
frostbite feels like. RIGHT: Students enjoy a 
northern winter while in the deep south! 




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Many prospective All-Star pitchers got in 
their day's practice, and there certainly was no 
shortage of catchers (intentional or other- 
wise!) on this special day at Loyola. 

The day's battles came to an end only when 
the ammunition supply began to melt and 
dinner-time approached. At sunset only a cou- 
ple of "snowbird Yankees" remained, and 
even they soon left, having thrown snowballs 
to their hearts' content. 



ABOVE: Kelly Welch pelts John Deveney for 
throwing her on the ground. LEFT: William 
Wang arms himself with a snowball. 



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Dating Game 



"Bachelor number one ...if you 
could be any animal, what would you 
be and why?" Is this kind of question 
the best way to get to know a person 
better?! It is if you're playing the 
Dating Game! Loyola students dust- 
ed off their best lines and took a shot 
at finding Mr. or Ms. "Right" in 
their own edition of the Dating 
Game held on campus during the 
fall semester. When asked whether 
this was an efficient date-getting 
method, an anonymous "bachelor- 
ette" replied, "Yes, why not? It is a 
lot more interesting, too." Undoubt- 
edly so, but does the type of animal 
one would like to become really say 
much about one's character? "Sure," 
replied the bachelorette, "if they say 
they want to be a vampire bat, you 
cross them right off your list!" 




TOP: Alright, David, keep it clean! MIDDLE 
RIGHT: A participant enjoys being ques- 
tioned. MIDDLE CENTER: "What is your 
favorite activity?" MIDDLE LEFT: "I picked 
out this sweater just for you, bachelor number 
two!" RIGHT: " . . .and I sing, too!" 



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TOP: "... and Bachelor number one enjoys 
reading philosophy, astrophysics and Bloom 
County. " CENTER LEFT: "er . . er . . .well 
..." LEFT: It must be a very complex ques- 
tion. ABOVE: "I can't believe you asked me 
that!" 



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Streetcar Party 



One of the highlights of the fall 
semester was the SGA sponsored 
streetcar party. A rattling streetcar, a 
brassy jazz band, people enjoying 
themselves — what else could be 
more New Orleans? The Loyola SGA 
provided the atmosphere and our 
students provided the action. People 
packed the streetcar for the party, 
which took place in transit. 




TOP LEFT: All aboard for the party of the 
year!! TOP RIGHT: No one would ever know 
that Pat Casick loves oreosi BOTTOM LEFT: 
Everyone sings along to a rousing rendition of 
an old jazz classic. BOTTOM RIGHT: Shellhy 
Cave is obviously having a great time! 




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Fall Fest 



Fallfest is undoubtedly the most 
successful T.G.I.F. of the fall semes- 
ter. This year, the event was held on 
a very summery October 3rd. All in 
attendance were treated to the music 
of Uptown Sounds, and enjoyed good 
food, drink, and the company of oth- 
ers. Sponsors for this year's Fallfest 
were the Loyola Union, Buddig Resi- 
dence Council, and Miller Beer. A 
splendid time was guaranteed for 
all!!!!! 




The photos on this page show some ^^^ 
of the highlights of the Fallfest; Up- VBP 
town Sounds rocks Loyola, and stu- 
dents get into the act. 



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Just about everyone at Loyola agreed that 
the most successful TGIF of the fall semester 
was Fallfest. TOP LEFT: Loyola's very own 
"Bruise Brothers." CENTER LEFT: Did 
someone lose a contact lens? No, they're just 
running an obstacle course! BOTTOM LEFT: 
Michelle Andrews and Charmagne Forti look 
"mahvelous". BOTTOM RIGHT: Three- 
legged race winners have a hard time getting 
untied! 




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Hands Across Loyola 



In celebration of Hunger Aware- 
ness Week, LUCAP sponsored 
"Hands Across Loyola" on April 
10th. This was just one of the week- 
long events which also included: a 
concert featuring Charmaine Ne- 
ville, a Tuesday fast, a mass and a 
Third World Dinner. 




34 




Father Carter joined Loyola students in 
support of Hunger Awareness Week. The vast 
line of students and staff that stretched 
through the campus symbolized a unity and 
desire to help those less fortunate. World hun- 
ger is a serious matter of concern and our 
"Loyola family" made a vital contribution to 
this cause. 




35 



Toga Party 



"Certainly not the average campus 
attire!" That is what onlookers 
would say when passing Loyola on 
March 20th. The "Toga" dress was 
part of the TGIF Greek week. As well 
as providing entertainment for the 
students, the events of this special 
week gave these young people oppor- 
tunity for community involvement. 




36 



Otis Day 



Otis Day and the Knights per- 
formed at the "world's largest toga 
party" on March 20th, at the TGIF 
in the quad in honor of Greek week. 
The concert was sponsored by the 
Loyola Union's Contemporary 
Sounds Committee. The band was 
made famous by the movie "Animal 
House". In accordance with the 
theme, students were asked to wear 
togas to the TGIF. 




Students were delighted with the music and 
personality of Otis Day. Students were some- 
times participants during the concert and Otis 
gladly signed autographs. This Greek spon- 
sored event provided canned food to the New 
Orleans Food Bank. Canned food was the ad- 
mission price for the concert. 




38 





The "Otis Day and the Knights" concert 
was the finale to Greek Week. MTV was on 
campus taping portions of the concert for its 
music news program. The "National Lam- 
poon" was also on campus providing live per- 
formers and music, movie clips, vintage per- 
formance clips and "Animal House" gi- 
veaways. 



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Santa's 
Calling 



As the holiday season quickly ap- 
proaches, the minds of Loyola stu- 
dents fondly stray to thoughts of 
Christmas break, Christmas parties, 
mom's home-cooking and Santa 
Claus. Santa Claus!! Aren't college 
students just a little old to believe in 



the jolly old man with the long white 
beard and the twinkle in his eye? 
Actually, these Loyola students took 
time to brighten the Christmas sea- 
son for some boy or girl with a spe- 
cial call from the "grand old man" 
himself. 





Christmas 

The joyful festivities of the holiday, the giving and 
receiving of gifts and the special moments with 
friends make this the "most wonderful time of the 
year". The Highlight of the activities on the Loyola 
campus is the annual quad mass. The mass provides 
each student the opportunity to share the love and 
unity of the "Loyola family" collectively, while 
reflecting inwardly on each individual blessing of 
today, memory of yesterday and hope for tomorrow. 




TGIF 




After an exhausting week of plan- 
ning, preparation, activities and 
classes, Loyola students have good 
reason to be joyful when they hear 
these four beautiful letters so often 
said in one breath "TGIF". We also 
thank each organization or group 
which helped in providing activities 
for these weekly events. 



Good friends and good music seem to blend 
together to make the TGIF time so meaning- 
ful. 



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friend or releasing energy in a group athletic 
event, the time shared together is always spe- 
cial. 



43 



Quizbowl 



"Fads" come and go and have al- 
ways been as much a part of Ameri- 
can history as hot dogs and baseball. 
"Trivia" is one of those games that 
has suddenly become a household 
word. People meet together in small 
groups and at parties just to play 
"Trivia". Loyola was no exception as 
"Quizbowl" took place during 
"Unionweek". Fraternity and soror- 
ity students battled for the correct 
answers and winning scores for their 
team. Winners received prizes such 
as bookstore coupons, radios, T.V.'s 
and many other prizes. 





44 




Int'l Week 

& 

3rd World 

Dinner 



The third world dinner, sponsored 
by LUCAP as part of the Hunger 
Awareness Week, gave Loyola stu- 
dents the opportunity to gain new 
knowledge and understanding of 
countries and people far less fortu- 
nate than themselves. It also in- 
creased their awareness of what 
could be done to help and to take an 
active part in the plight of their fel- 
lowman. 








Through display, pamphlets and education- 
al material, we gained information about 
Third World Countries. Through conversa- 
tion with students and representatives, we 
were made aware that we are not alone in our 
fight. 



45 



Roommate Game 



One of the most challenging of all 
college experiences is learning to live 
with and adjust to a "roommate". 
The Loyola Union's Variety Unlim- 
ited Committee presented "The 
Roommate Game" on February 16th 
in the Wolf Pub. The evening gave 
opportunity for students to learn just 
how compatable they have become 
during the weeks and months since 
becoming part of the "Loyola fam- 
ily". 





Joy! Surprise! Embarrassment! Anxiety! are 
just a few words that describe the students 
feehngs as they wait for the response of their 
roommate during the "Roommate Game". 
Students received prizes for their ability to 
predict accurate answers for their roommates. 



46 





47 



LUCAP Rally 



LUCAP is an important part of the 
Loyola community. It began as an 
underhand of campus ministry and 
continues to be a valuable part of 
many support groups in the New Or- 
leans area. This years LUCAP rally 
introduced new members to the 
many contributions the organization' 
makes. The New Orleans food bank 
and the Crescent house for battered 
women are examples of the many 
projects LUCAP members are in- 
volved in. 



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Students make new friends at the annual LU- 
CAP rally and are introduced to the many 
activities they can become involved in. 



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Intramurals 




Ahhh . . . the thrill of victory and 
the agony of defeat! These emotions 
were very much a part of the Fall 
Flag Football tournament. Coed, 
mens, and womens teams met several 
times weekly in the Residential Life 
quad and mustered all of the effort 
and team spirit they could in order to 
emerge victorious. But, winning isn't 
everything, and even those who did 
not come out on top admitted that 
playing flag football was a highlight 
of their semester. To the winners, 
congratulatios! Everyone else . . . 
thanks for participating, and better 
luck next year! 




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TOP RIGHT: Tri Beta quarterback Jim 
Schott tries to avoid the "sack". LEFT CEN- 
TER: The ACM team huddles to formulate 
game strategy. RIGHT CENTER: Tri Beta's 
Anthony Alleman moves in for the kill. BOT- 
TOM RIGHT: Beggar Tommy Mortillaro 
tackles his opponent. 



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50 





TOP LEFT: Keith Pepperone bellows a victo- 
ry cry as he intercepts the ball. CENTER 
LEFT: Curtis DeSena and Angie Bartush look 
on as Keith Pepperone catches the ball. CEN- 
TER RIGHT: Pam Promecene tries to regain 
the ball from the ACM ball carrier. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Angie Bartush kicks off. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: The ACM quarterback searches the 
field for his receiver. 





Basketball 



Loyola University offers a variety 
of activities for students who are in- 
terested in playing sports for recrea- 
tion as well as for competition. Stu- 
dents enjoy the physical benefits of 
systematic practice and games. The 
thrill of being part of a winning 
team, or even the disappointment of 
working together with classmates 
when your best just hasn't been good 
enough, is all part of the college ex- 
perience. Intramural basketball pro- 
vides keen competition for enthusi- 
astic Loyola students. 







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Fresh air, sunshine, team spirit, 
bases, bats and an over-sized ball can 
only mean one intramural sport, 
"cabbage ball". This co-educational 
activity provides hours of recreation 
and fun for the campus family. This 
sport is always competitive and is a 
sure "hit" each school year at Loy- 
ola. 





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Ultimate Frisbee 



Just ask any of these students, this 
is the "ultimate" of all of the intra- 
mural sports at Loyola. This is "Ulti- 
mate Frisbee". This sport is very 
much a part of student life on cam- 
pus. Students enjoy the rugged com- 
petition, the team spirit generated 
and the pleasure of participation in 
this intense out-door sport. 








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Classes 



so 



JR 



SR 



GR/L 



Laura Aaron 

Louis Adams 

Millie Adan 

Julie Alberstadt 

Laura August 



Karina Badillo 

Emile Bagneris 

Barbara Baltazar 

Karen Baiter 

•Juan Baquerizo 



Dean Berthelot 

Maria Bertucci 

Tracey Blackmon 

Rebecca Boudreaux 

Colleen Bovie 



Ralph Breaux 

■Jennifer Broggi 

Kevin Brouphy 

Creig Brown 

Vanessa Brown 



Katherine Calamari 

-Jason Caniglia 

Sontra Carmouche 

Catherine Carter 

Nancv Cassell 



Katherine Cecil 
Sonya Chamberlain 
Mary Chapman 
Toby Cheramie 
Frank Cisneros 




60 



GR/L 



SR 



JR 



SO 





Daina Clark 
Louise Curnay 
Michelle Crowie 
Leticia Cuellar 
Marvalice Cullom 



Patrick Cusick 
Fatme Dahrouj 
Alicia Darensbourg 
Mary David 
Laurie Davis 



Robin Davis 



Faith Dawson 



Helina Davries 



Perret Delapouyade 



61 




so 



JR 



SR 



GR/L 



Donna Del Balzo 

Caria DeMatteo 

Laura DiLorenzo 

Christopher Doyle 

Beth Dreiling 



Alison Ducro 

Edward Ecker 

Iftikar El-Hayek 

Rafael Hernandez de 

Castro 

Dianne Fleming 



Lynn Flowers 

Kim Forman 

Michelle Freeman 

Elizabeth Gallina 

Stephen Gele' 




62 



GR/L 


SR 


JR 


SO 






Christina (lelriist 
Adele Oranderson 
Marilyn Grant 
Karen Greene 
Brian Grenrood 



Tiffany Guidry 
'Jyoti (iupta 
Norma Gutierrez 
Yolanda Hayes 
Leslie Henry 



Scott Hoerner 
Michele Hoke 
Tony Holiday 
Tiffany Hughes 
Abdulnasser Islambouli 



Sally Iverson 
Debra Jackson 
Sheila James 
Kristine Johnson 
Michael Kelly 



Saudia Kelly 
Vicki Kern 
Kellie Kieter 
Michael Kreinest 
Kerry Lamare 



James Lamy 
Dominick Latino 
Libby Laughlin 
Andrea LeBoeuf 
Kristin Lehr 



63 





so 


JR 


SR 


GR/L 



Renee LeMaire 
Gerald Lewis 

Michelle Lima 

Patrick Long 

Marcus Lopez 



Julia Lopiparo 

Neil Magee 

Kristina Mallette 

Lisa Maniscalco 

Maxie Mann 



Humberto Marchand 

Sandy Martin 

Therese Mattioli 

Alfredo Mavila 

Robert McCann 



Dinah McFarlane 

Michelle McKinney 

Carmen McGowin 

Mark McLean 

Pashala McPhail 



Claire McSwain 

Cyril Melville 

Susan Meyer 

Karl Middaugh 

Anne Miller 



Lynester Mitchell 

Francisco Montalvo 

Thomas Moran 

Maritza Morell 

Daphne Naquin 




64 



GR/L 


SR 


JR 


SO 


- f 




Teresa Nelson 
Binh Nguyen 
Minos Nunez Jr. 
Dannv O'Byrne 
Allen'O'Neil 



Claudia Pacheco 
Patrice Paloade 
Gina Pausima 
Jack Perniciaro Jr. 
Lisa Petros 



Michael Petty 
Candice Pfister 
Christine Pflug 
Patrick Phelan 
Matthew Prusa 



65 




so 



JR 



SR 



GR/L 



Myra Quails 

Catherine Rabbitt 

Angele Ringo 

Michael Ritz 

Miguel Roman 



Dina Roudeze 

Shana Roussell 

Shane Runnels 

Elizabeth Russell 

Tonya Russell 



Patry Santurio 



Cherie Schexnider 



Amy Schremp 



Julie Schwarze 




66 



GR/L 



SR 



JR 



SO 




Nancy Schweitzer 
Patricia Simmons 
Mark Smith 
Daria Sonnier 
Pamela Stephens 



Drue Straub 
Mary Sullivan 
Elizabeth Swanzy 
Robert Thomas 
•Jennifer Thompson 



Annette Tornello 
Joseph Trahan 
John Treiber 
John Tripp 
Donesia Turner 



Mary Vozzola 
Brian Walch 
Sunila Walia 
Eric Wallace III 
Dwan Ward 



Elsa Ward 
Kathy White 
Lana Wiltz 
Kimberly Wittmann 
Marc Wolverson 



67 



FR 




1 ^^ 


SR 


GR/L 



Finn Ahlberg 

Sandy Aubert 

Eugenic Balzac 

Zuhaira Barghothy 

Andrea Beamon 



Diana Bedoya 

Amy Biddlecomb 

Bill Borja 

Gerlda Brown 

Michelle Brown 



Jimmy Buffett 

Claudia Cabrera 

Maria Cea 

Connie Chambliss 

Ann-Marie Cheramie 



Stephen Chestnut 

Michele Connolly 

Mark Conrey II 

Dianne Cousin 

Owen Curry 



Teresa Cvengros 

Margaret Cvitanovich 

Bonnie Drury 

Mohamad El-Rachidi 

Brian Feehan 



Juditha Finlandia 

Colette Frederick 

Sondi Galanti 

Paul Gambino 

Ronald Gonzales 




68 



GR/L SR 



JR 





Sleiman Harmouche 
Wanda Herbert 
Monique Irvin 
Rhodesia Jackson 
Gregory Johnston 



Ann-Marie Kane 
Renee Kane 
Hassan Kesrewan 
Rita Kuhnell 
Chip Lanford 



Charles Lee 
Faith Lieteau 
Candy McBride 
Kelly McNeil 
Maureen Mercadel 



Scott Monett 
Amelia Navarro 
Thien Nguyen 
Suzanne Nicoll 
Angela Odoms 



Janelle Ogden 
Remonda Owens 
Alan Pascal 
Gilbert Piesker 
Elena Purrinos 



Rhina Rey Escalante 
Sharon Riolo 
Darrick Rivera 
Claudia Roche 
Melissa Rodriguez 



69 



FR 






JR 



SR 



GR/L 



Laurie Romaine 

Jeanne Ross 

Kevin Rouchell 

Kelly Sherman 

Julie Smith 



Theresa Smoot 

Christopher Stafford 

Ana Stevens 

Kerianne Stiegler 

Jeanne Straub 



Kieran Taylor 
Jean Travers 
Dana Turner 
Rodrigo Vera 

Chris Vincent 



Peter Vizzi 

Julian Waits 

Kevin Williams 

Rickey Williams 

Troy Williams 




70 



GR/L 


SR 


H» SO 


FR 




Scott Adams 
Ernestine Anderson 
Wanda Anderson 
Joni Andignac 
Jo-Ann Andres 



Amanda Anthony 
Ronald Arboleda 
Michele Barrere 
Gene Becker 
Robert Bell 



Thomas Bender IV 
Magda Boiko 
Robert Broussard 
Brian Burke 
Gerald Calogero 



Michelle Campos 
Wildarie Carreras 
David Chimento 
Theresa Crushshon 
Robin Daigle 



Leisha Dickerson 
Stefanie DiMaggio 
Leroy Divinity Jr. 
Lisa Dominique 
Laura Donnaway 



Bill Egan 
Frank Egan 
Geralyn Farrell 
Zoila Fernandez 
Angelle Fournier 



71 



FR 



SO 



3 



SR 



GR/L 



Laura Frick 

Rina Garcia 

Shelisa Gautreaux 

Stephanie Guice Kottler 

Haiel Guillorl 



Joan Guillory 

Catherine Gunn 

Eddy Gutierrez 

Deidra Harris 

Demetrira Henderson 



Paul Henry 
Lindsay Huddleston 



Anthony Janusa 
Carolyn Johnson 



Frank Jones W 
Alyce Kahn 



Charmaine Kathmann 
Craig Kelly 




72 



GR/L 



SR 



SO 



FR 




Carol Kimme 
Nadine Lewis 
Trudy Lewis 
('■erald Leydecker 
Arlene L(int;<i 



•Julie Madere 
F"rancis Mahfcicid 
Lori Marcantel 
Juana Marine 
("ollette Marmande 



Dcinna Mathews 
Frederioii Martinez 
•Iiihn Mayer 
Tanya Mitchell 
("larth Montet;ut 



Kathryn Morgan 
Michele Morris 
Michele Morvant 
Samantha Newton 
Bonnie Norton 



Kenneth Ogden 
("hris Parker 
Jennifer Farmley 
Charmaine Penn 
Bobbie Porter 



Michael Powell 
("arlos Preza 
Fernando Quevedo 
Susan Ridolph 
Teresita Rivera 



73 



FR 


SO 


SR 


GR/L 



Robert Robledo 
Sheri Salvagio 

Matthew Schott 
Dawn Sifert 
Tina Simon 



Anne Simpson 

Allison Smith 

David Smith 

Derek Stephens 

Carla Sumner 



Miguel Thonissen 

Michael Touby 

Jose Vega 

Veena Venkatesh 
Phyllis Verrone 



Andrew Vickers 

Maria Villamane 

Carmen Villegas 

Ira Young 




74 



1986-87 Loyola Freshman, 

Sophomores 
& Juniors Not Pictured. 



ABADIE, ALAN J. 
ABADIE, CECELIA 
ABADIE, SHERRY M. 
ABBOTT, JOHN W., JR. 
ABD JAMIL, ZAINI 
ABDULAZAM, KHAIRUDDIN 
ABDUL- JALIL, SAMSIAH 
ABDUL JAMAL, AHMAD JAFRI 
ABU, BAKAR, AWIAH 
ABU BAKAR, NORHANI 
ACKER, DANNA M. 
ADAMS, ASHLEY F. 
ADAMS, BRAD A. 
ADAMS, JOHN K. 
ADAMS, MELISSA G. 
ADAMSKI, DIANA T. 
ADCOX, STEPHEN E. 
ADDE, TANA M. 
AGE, GINA M. 
AGOSTA, MAURI A. 
AGOSTINI, MONICA E. 
AGUILA, JANUS 
AGUILLARD, CLAYTON J. 
AGUILUZ, VICTOR F. 
AGUIRRE, JORGE A. 
AHMAD, ROSHADAH 
AKERS, PRISCILLA 
AKIN, MARY E. 
ALAPONT, RAFAEL L. 
ALAYETO, FERNANDO JOSE 
ALBANO, LYNDA M. 
ALBERS, LAURA A. 
ALBRO, GERALYN F. 
ALBRO, DONALD JR. 
ALDOUS, JEFFREY N. 
ALEXANDER, BRENT C. 
ALEXANDER, GRALYN P. 
ALEXANDER, LORA W. 
ALEXIS, YVETTE M. 
ALFORD, SHARON W. 
ALKHAZRAJI, KHALID M. 
ALLAIN, ANNE L. 
ALLAIN, ANTHONY J. 
ALLAIN, MICHELLE K. 
ALLAIN, NICOLE 

MARGHERUITE 
ALLEN, ELIZABETH A. 
ALLEN, GUTHRIE H., Ill 
ALLEN, HOLLY FERRERA 
ALLEN, JOHN DAVID 
ALLISON, MARION L. 
AL-SAIAARI, MOHSEN 
ALSTON, DARRELL W. 
ALT, NICOLE M. 
ALTHANS, GAIL K. 
AL-TOURA, ZIAD MUBARAK 
ALVARADO, CESAR G. 
ALVARENGA, JESUS B. 
ALVAREZ, CARLOS J. 
ALVAREZ, FERNANDO J. 
ALVAREZ, LISA 
ALVAREZ, OSWALDO 
ALVAREZ-CALDERON, 

ADOLFO 



ALVAREZ III, JOHN A. 
ALVAREZ-MIRANDA, CARLOS 
AMATO, KEITH H. 
AMEND, ELIZABETH M. 
ANAYA, CATHERINE M. 
ANDERSON, CHRISTINE M. 
ANDERSON, JEANNE 
ANDERSON, LLOYD S. 
ANDERSON, MARY A. 
ANDERSON, ROBERT 
ANDERSON, SHERRIE A. 
ANDOH, ROBERT P. 
ANDONIE, ABRAHAM 
ANDREWS, JONATHAN W. 
ANDREWS, JUDY 
ANDREWS, MICHELLE L. 
ANDRIEU, BRIAN J. 
ANDRUS, GUY M. 
ANGELES, JUSTIN 
ANGELETY, STACEY M. 
ANGELICO, ROBERT S. 
ANIEZE, QUEEN 
ANSEL, EILEEN E. 
ANSON, CATHERINE S. 
ANTHONY, JUDE J. 
ANTHONY, WALTER J., JR. 
ANTICICH, TROY G. 
ANTOINE, SABRINA J. 
APPEL, JOHN B. 
AQUINO, JAIME 
ARANGO, DAPHNE 
ARANGO, MARGARITA 
ARANGUREN, ALICIA B. 
ARANGUREN, RAUL A. 
ARATA, HANS 
ARAUJO, OSCAR A. 
ARAUZ, LIZBETH 
ARCENEAUX, ANNE M. 
ARCHAMBAULT, ALFRED N. 
ARCHBOLD, YANERIS ESTHER 
AREVALO, PATRICIA 
ARGENTIERE, NICHOLAS 
ARIAS, ANA ISABEL 
ARIFFIN, AMIR 
ARLEDGE, ROBERT C. 
ARMS, DONNA M. 
ARMSTRONG, MARILYN A. 
ARNOLD, ANN M. 
ARNOLD, EDWARD H., Ill 
ARNOLD, JEFFERY B. 
ARONSON, KAREN 
ARORA, SANJAY 
ARROM, MARJORIE 
ARROYO, ALBERTO M. 
ARTEAGA, MARCOS V. 
ARTHUR, BYRON R. 
ARTHURS, ALISON M. 
ARTHURS, KATHERINE E. 
ARTIGUES, RONALD J. 
ARY, ALISA 
ASCIONE, MICHAEL R. 
ASERON, LISBETH L. 
ASSALI, GHAZI M. 
ATKINS, MICHELE 



ATWOOD, SCOTT J. 
AUSTIN, PATRICIA A. 
AUSTTUN, MARSHA C. 
AVONDA, THOMAS R. 
AYALA, LILIANA 
AYMAMI, LAWRENCE P. 
AYMAMI, SUSAN L. 
AYMAMI, THEODORE ALFRED 
BABER, SUSANNE E. 
BABIN, KIM J. 
BABIN, MICHAEL 0., JR. 
BABINEAUX, LAWRENCE 
BADEAUX, GREGORY 
BAGAN, SHANNON M. 
BAILLEUX, LINDSEY M. 
BAKER, CAROLINA 
BAKER, MADONNA 
BAKER, MARK A. 
BAKER, MATILDA ANN 
BAKER, REX A. 
BALDWIN, CHARLES 
BALL, ADRIAN J. 
BANKS, MICHAEL 
BANNER, LOUIS D. 
BANNING, AMY B. 
BANDS, DIANA C. 
BAPTISTE, ARKETTE 
BAQUERO, JOSE G. 
BARALT, ARMANDO R. 
BARBA, THOMAS A. 
BARCELONA, SALVADOR J. 
BARED, CARLOS 
BARI, MARI C. 
BARIELLE, BRUCE D. 
BARKER, DONALD M. 
BARLOW, 

BARLOW, ARLETTE 
BARMETTLER, PEGGY J. 
BARNES, BETSY J. 
BARNES, HERBERT C. 
BARNES, JAMES ROBERT 
BARNES, TANYA M. 
BARNES, THOMAS B. 
BARNES, TOYA A. 
BARNETT, DAVID P. 
BARNHART, DEBORAH A. 
BARNHART, PHILIP A. 
BARNUM, DYMPHNA T. 
BAROLAK, CECILY S. 
BARONE, SUSAN L. 
BARONI, KEVIN 
BARQUERO, MARIA 
BARR, LESLIE J. 
BARRANCO, LISA A. 
BARRAS, CHERE A. 
BARRERA, ALFRED 
BARRETO, ELIZABETH 
BARRETO, MICHAEL A. 
BARRETT, DIANNE 
BARRETT, DOWAL A. 
BARRETT, RODOLFO D. 
BARRIOS, CHARLES A. 
BARRIOS, LUCAS P. 
BARRIOS, NICOLLE E. 



BARRON, RONALD S. 
BARROSO, MARIA D. 
BARTHELEMY, ANGELA 
BASCUAS, MARTHA M. 
BASS, TEMPIE L. 
BASULTO, FELIPE F. 
BATEMAN, REID B. 
BAUDRY, DAVID A. 
BAUGH. MICHAEL C. 
BAUGNON, DAVID E. 
BAUGNON, MICHAEL J. 
BAUMSTARK, GARY J. 
BAUTE, NICOLE M. 
BAWA, JASMEET S. 
BAYHI, DANIEL A. 
BAZANAC, NICOLE C. 
BEAINI, HIKMAT F. 
BEARD, DEANI A. 
BEASLEY, STEPHEN B. 
BEASLEY. TYRONE W. 
BEATMANN, JERRY A. 
BEAUCHAMP, JENNIFER L. 
BEAULIEU, JOHN 
BEAVER, CATHERINE M. 
BEAVER, CHRISTOPHER 
BECHAC, ANDREW M. 
BECKER, PHILLIP M. 
BECKETT, JONATHAN D. 
BECNEL, STEWART J. 
BEEBE, KENNETH S. 
BEESON, TEMPLE 
BEHRENS, BILL 
BEHRENS, MICHELLE L. 
BEL, MARK J. 
BELCULFINE, CAROLYN 
BELIN, MAUREEN 
BELL, DONNA T. 
BELL, JULIANNE 
BELL, LAURA L. 
BELL, MARTIN L. 
BELLAIRE, STEPHEN K., JR. 
BELLARD, JOSEPH A. 
BELLE, MICHAEL J. 
BELLONI, MARC E. 
BELLOW, KENDY 
BELOHLAVEK, LANNA L. 
BELOU, ELAINE K. 
BELOU, MELISSA J. 
BELTRAN, JAVIER 
BELTRAN, JOHN A. 
BENEDICT, GERALDINE 
BEN HAMMED, DRISS 
BENHARIZ, FAWZI 
BENITEZ, KARIM 
BENNER, DEBORAH L. 
BENNETT, BRITTON 
BENOIT, GAIL M. 
BENOIT, GARY G. 
BENSON, JAMES M. 
BENT, MICHAEL A. 
BERARD, DEBORAH A. 
BERGENS, BRYAN M. 
BERGERON, MITCHELL P. 
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BERNARD, DAVID P., JR. 
BERNARD, DONNA 
BERNARD, LAURIE L. 
BERNARD, MARTINE 
BERNARD, MICHAEL J. 
BERRIGAN, KATHERINE M. 
BERRY, CHRISTOPHER C. 
BERTOLINO, MARY M. 
BERTRAND, ANGELE C. 
BETHEA, WILLIAM C. 
BETTEKER, RONALD 
BEVEN, EVELYN C. 
BEY, SHERYL M. 
BICE, JERE J. 
BICKERSTAFF, SALLY A. 
BIDDY, RALPH L. 
BIEDENHARN, JOHN U. 
BIENVENU, LOUISE 

M.QIERSNER, ROBERT J. 
BILBERRY, HOPE B. 
BILDERBACK, TERESA A, 
BILGRAY, TATIANA M. 
BILLEAUD, EDWARD J. 
BILLEAUDEAU, LISA M. 
BILLIOT, CARL J. 
BINNINGS, MELISSA L. 
BIRBIGLIA, GINO V. 
BIRNBAUM, JEROME 

JACQUES 
BIRNER, BRENDA B. 
BISHARAH, MUNIR F. 
BISHOP, ROBERT D. 
BISHOP, TRACY 
BTSIGNANI, TAB 
BIUNDO, ANDREA 
BLANCETT, JEANICE J. 
BLANCO, JAMES 
BLANK, LAURENCE A. 
BLANKENSHIP, CHRISTIE D. 
BLANKS, BETTY 
BLASI, CANDACE A. 
BLAUM, BRUCE 
BLEDSOE, KIM 
BLOM, CHRISTINE A. 
BLUM, JENNIFER L. 
BOARDMAN, ELBRIDGE H. IV 
BODAN, GLADYS 
BOGGS, CAROLE G. 
BOISDORE, LLOYD JR., JR. 
BOLAND, ELIZABETH A. 
BONCK, ERIN L. 
BONDS, JOHN C. 
BONNAFFONS, ROBERT L. 
BONNET, ODETTE 
BONURA, NICOLE Y. 
BOOS, PATRICIA M. 
BOOTHBY, SANDRA M. 
BOOTLE, MARY E. 
BORDELON, STEVEN 
BORDONARO, CYNTHIA M. 
BORNE, AVIS A. 
BORNE, CLAYTON J. 
BORNE, PHILIP J. 
BORROUSO, KRYSTIL L. 
BORYSKO, AMY M. 
BOSS, MARK M. 
BOSSIER, DONNA M. 
BOSSIER, STEVEN 
BOSTiCK, MAURICE E. 
BOSWELL, RICHARD J. 
BOTHMANN, SANDY 
BOTTICELLI, PETER K. 
BOUCHER, TODD M. 
BOUDREAUX, CAROLYN P. 
BOUDREAUX, GABRIELLE M. 
BOUDREAUX, LISa A. 
BOUDREAUX, MICHELLE D. 
BOULET, JAMES L. 



BOURG, MICHAEL S. 
BOURGEOIS, JOHNICE A. 
BOURGEOIS, SHERRE A. 
BOURGEOIS, RENE J., Ill 
BOURQUARD, MICHAEL J. 
BOWERS, LEMUEL W. 
BOWERS, MARK A. 
BOWERS, VINCENT L. 
BOWIE, RODERICK J. 
BOWLING, MARK L. 
BOWMAN, ANNIE M. 
BOYD, JAYNE E. 
BOYINGTON, MARIA C. 
BOYKIN, TERRILL W. 
BRACKVITCH, BRENDA 
BRADBURN, HELEN M. 
BRADDOCK, HELENE S. 
BRADDOCK, LAURA R. 
BRADKE, DAVID L. 
BRADLEY, KENNETH R., Ill 
BRADLEY, THOMAS J. 
BRADSHAW, CLAUDIA E. 
BRADSHAW, JEFFREY 
BRADSHAW, PATRICK S. 
BRAME, CATHERINE G. 
BRANDISE, ENRICO 
BRANDON, MILES A. 
BRANDT, RALPH E., JR. 
BRANNON, JULIE A. 
BRATTAIN, TIMOTHY J. 
BRAUN, BYRON 
BRAYER, PATRICK C. 
BRECHTEL, JOSEPH, JR. 
BRECHTEL, KAREN 
BRENER, NEIL 
BRENNAN, JESSE B. 
BRENNAN, MICHAEL 
BRENT, MARY H. 
BRESLIN, KATE E. 
BREWSTER, ARTHUR J. 
BREWSTER, LINDA T. 
BRIDGEWATER, ROBERT 
BRIGHTWELL, NEWTON E. 
BRIGNAC, JULIAN 
BRINDISI, FRANK A. 
BRINSER, REGINA 
BRISCO, LAUREEN T. 
BRIUGLIO, MICHELLE P. 
BRIUGLIO, PAUL L. 
BRIZUELA, MARCOS 
BRODTMANN, NOEL 
BROHAMER, RICHARD F III 
BROOK, NYDA S. 
BROOKEY, PAMELA J. 
BROOKS, CANDACE E. 
BROOKS, SUSAN M. 
BROUSSARD, MICHAEL A. 
BROUSSARD, TROY G. 
BROWN, BRUCE L. 
BROWN, CHRISTINE A. 
BROWN, DEBRA 
BROWN, D'JUANA M. 
BROWN, JESSE C. 
BROWN, MARGIE T. 
BROWN, SHANNON S. 
BROWNING, SUZANNE 
BROZ, ANN-MARIE 
BRUNET, BRIAN J. 
BRUNET, YVETTE A. 
BRUNIOUS, SARITA C. 
BRUNNER, LISA 
BRUNO, JACQUELINE MARIE 
BRUNO, JAMES D., JR. 
BRUNS, ANNA D. 
BRYNER, LUCINDA M. 
BUCARO, ANDREW G. 
BUDDENDORFF, CHARLENE 
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BUHLER, RICHARD O. 
BUIE, JANE 
BULLARD, ANGELA M. 
BULTE, CAROLYN T. 
BULTMAN, FREDRICK I. 
BUNYETT, DARRIN D. 
BURAS, CHERYLANN M. 
BURAS, RANDE M. 
BURCH, JEFFREY J. 
BURG, JULIE E. 
BURGAN, JEFFREY B. 
BURGER, VINCENT 
BURKE, CHARLENE 
BURKE, MICHELLE 
BURKETT, CATHERINE 
BURMASTER, BARRON C. 
BURNETT, GEORGE M. 
BURNETTE, CYNTHIA 
BURNS, TIMOTHY P. 
BURTON, THEODORE R. 
BUSER, SUE A. 
BUTLER, CARMEN R. 
BUTLER, DANA M. 
BUTLER, MARIE D. 
BUTLER, MARY E. 
BUTTELL, MARIA V. 
BUXBAUM, ROBERT B. 
BUZZETTA, BRIAN E. 
BYERS, PATRICK 
BYERS, PAULA A. 
BYERS, VIRGIL J. 
BYNDOM, SHELLY L. 
BYRNE, ANNE M. 
BYRNE, KERRY P. 
BYRNES, DONIA L. 
CABRALES, NADIABA 
CACCIA, JILL C. 
CACOPARDO, JOSEPH P. 
CAFARELLE, ANDREA 
CAFFAREL, JAMES D. 
CAFFERY, MICHAEL M. 
CAFFREY, FLORENCE P. 
CAHILL, SEAN 
CAIN, JAMES H. 
CALCAGNO, JERRY R. 
CALDWELL, ANNE 
CALEON, CELINA L. 
CALLAHAN, CAROLYN M. 
CALLAIS, MARI A. 
CALLAWAY, CHRIS E. 
CALLENDER, MARK R. 
CALONGNE, LISA 
CAMBIAS, JOHN T. 
CAMBRE, SUSANNE M. 
CAMET, COLLEEN 
CAMPAGNA, MARISA A. 
CAMPIERE, MARGARET S. 
CANALIZO, JANE 
CANEPA, SHERRY L. 
CANIZARO, JILL S. 
CANNON, ERNESTINE J. 
CANOURA, YVETTE T. 
CANTAGALLO, CARLA 
CAPLINGER, MARY 
CAPO, ENRIQUE ANTONIO 
CARAACCI, ANTONIO 
CARBONELL, JUAN P. 
CARDINAL, TONI 
CARITG, VIVIANA M, 
CARLETON, RANDALL F. 
CARLO, JORGE S. 
CAROLLO, BENJIMEN C. 
CARR, BRIAN 
CARR, CHRISTOPHER U. 
CARR, MICHAEL 
CARRIERE, CHRISTOPHER 
CARRIGER, MARY A. 
CARTER, ANDREE 



CARTER, CHRISTOPHER A. 
CARTER, DAVID S. 
CARTER, JEANETTE 
CARTER, JENNIFER 
CARTER, TARA E. 
CARTER, YANCY A. 
CARVER, VIRGINIA M. 
GARY, JOHN C. 
CASAMA, BETH 
CASANOVA, AMY F. 
CASANOVA, GRACE P. 
CASELLAS, MANUEL 
CASEY, KATHERINE 
CASEY, KELLY A. 
CASEY, SYNDY E. 
CASH, CHARLOTTE KAY 
CASSEL, THOMAS H., Ill 
CASSIDY, PAUL D. 
CASTAY, WALTER H. Ill 
CASTELLANA, JOE 
CASTELLANA, JOHN 
CASTRO, CHRISTOPHER 
CASTRO, FRANCISO F. 
CASTRO, LAZARO R. 
CASTROGIOVANNI, NICK 
CATANI, CHERYL A. 
CATANIA, PETER 
CAULFIELD, MARY G. 
CAVALLO, JOHN A. 
CAVATARO, ARTHUR 
CAVE, SHELBY 
CAVOLA, REGINA A. 
CEASAR, LISA B. 
CEBALLOS, ANA M. 
CELESTIN, KAREN M. 
CENTANNI, ALASON 
CERDA, MANUEL E. 
CERISE, JOHN 
CERVANTES, RENE A. 
CERVANTES, STEVEN M. 
CHACON, IRIS J. 
CHAI CHANG, RAYMOND V. 
CHAMBERS, ERIC L. 
CHAMBLISS, GLENDA F. 
CHAMORRO, ALEXIS J. 
CHAMPEAU, TIMOTHY 
CHAN NIM FONG DORIS 
CHAN, TAMMY F. 
CHANDLER, PAUL J. 
CHANEY, GEORGE JR. 
CHANG, NELLY 
CHARBONNET, BRUCE 
CHARBONNET, DESIREE 
CHARBONNET, STEPHEN 
CHARLEBOIS, JEAN N. 
CHASSAIGNAC, JUDITH 
CHAU, RATANAK 
CHAVEZ, AGNES H. 
CHEN, JESSE C. 
CHESNUT, ELIZABETH P. 
CHEVALIER, PAMELA A. 
CHIAPPETTA, SHELLY E. 
CHIASSON, RAYMOND JR. J. 
CHIMENTO, ANTHONY P. 
CHIN, BILLY 
CHIRINO, GINA M. 
CHISHOLM, GARY A. 
CHISHOLM, MARVIN D. 
CHIVLEATTO, GUYANN M. 
CHONG, WEI PIEN, DENNIS 
CHOPIN, DENISE 
CHOUMAN, KHALIL M. 
CHRISTIAN, WARREN J. 
CHRISTIANA, SHERRI L. 
CHRISTMAN, CATHERINE 
CHRISTNER, MARGARET M. 
CHRISTOPHE, MONIQUE M. 
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CIGALI, ELIZABETH A. 
CIMINO, STEVEN P. 
CIMO, CRAIG J. II 
CIMO, KRISTIN E. 
CIOLINO, LISA E. 
CIOLINO, GINA 
CLAITOR, DANIEL A. 
CLARK, EDWARD 
CLARKE, STEVEN R. 
CLARKE, CHRISTINA 
CLAUSING, CHRISTOPHER J. 
CLAVIER-GRUBER, 

FRANCISCO 
CLAY, ALICIA A. 
CLEARY, DANIELLE M. 
CLEARY, YVETTE G. 
CLEER, SANDRA M. 
CLEMENS, MARY A. 
CLEMENT, GWENDOLYN M. 
CLEMENT, MICHAEL 
CLEMENZ, ROBERT 
CLIFTON, CAROL A. 
CLOTIAUX, CHRIS C. 
COCCA, CHRISTOPHER C. 
COCHRAN, JACQUELINE 
COCHRAN, REYNALDA L. 
COCKE, ANN E. 
COCKERHAM, CHIQUITA 
COCKFIELD, MARGARET L. 
COCKRELL, PADRAIC A. 
COFFMAN, JOHN C. 
COFRESI, MILTON E. 
COHEN, JACQUES 
COLE, CAROLINE F. 
COLE, DAVID 
COLE, TRACEY 
COLE, WHITNEY 
COLEBROOK, TRACY 
COLEMAN, ANGELA 
COLEMAN, NINA C. 
COLLINS, CATHERINE M. 
COLLINS, FREDERICK H. 
COLLINS, JEFFREY M. 
COLLINS, ROBERT V. 
COLLINS, VICKI M. 
COLOMES, CRAIG G. 
COLON, JOSE L. 
COLOSSO, JULIE 
COMEAUX, JAMES G. 
COMEAUX, MICHELLE M. 
COMEAUX, RAYLYN A. 

COMISKEY, EDWARD P. 

COMISKEY, EILEEN 

COMISKEY, LORETTA 

CONCHA, JAVIER 

DONDOLL, CHARLENE 

CONDON, DANIEL J. 

CONDON, TARA M. 

CONERLY, LINDA H. 

CONERY, JOHN E. 

CONFORTO, LARRY J. 

CONGTANG, LENA T. 

CONIGLIO, MARY N. 

CONKWRIGHT, KATHERINE 
W. 

CONNAGHAN, MAUREEN A. 

CONNELLY, MARY C. 

CONNICK, BARBARA B. 

CONNICK, MILLIE 

CONNOLLY, BRENDA 

CONNOLLY, NANCY L. 

CONRAD, JAMES L. 

CONSTANT, TODD C. 

CONTE, JOSEPH A. 

CONWAY, ROBERT M. 

COODE, JUDITH L. 

COOK, CHRISTOPHER I. 



COOK, PATRICIA H. 
COOKE, JENNIFER J. 
COOPER, CHARLOTTE 
COOPER, GARY A. 
COOPER, REBECCA Y. 
COOPER, SEAN C. 
CORBETT, ELISABETH L. 
CORDERO, MARIA C. 
CORLEY, MELISSA R. 
CORNELL, CHARLES M. 
CORRADA, JUAN C. 
CORREA, ANDREA 
CORTAZZO, RUSSELL J., JR. 
CORTAZZO, THOMAS J. 
CORTESE, CHRISTOPHER 
COSBY, SANDRA K. 
COSCULLUELA, ALEX E. 
COSSE, DEADIRA A. 
COSSICH, JOYCE 
COTTON, ALICE C. 
COUGHLIN, CATHERINE A. 
COUNCIL, JULIE 
COULTER, STEPHANEY Z. 
COUMOU, FRANK J. 
COURTNEY, ROBERT A. 
COUSTE, ADELE P. 
COUSTE, DELLA M. 
COUSTE, DOROTHY 
COUTIN, ISELA 
COUVILLON, JR. THOMAS M. 
COWEN, CHRISTOPHER 
COWHERD, JON C. 
COX, KATHRYN D. 
COX, STEPHANIE M. 
COYLE, BRENDA S. 
CRABTREE, NICOLE 
CRAFT, JERMAINE 
CAIS, DAVID R. 
CRANSTON, CRAIG A. 
CRAVENS, ELIZABETH R. 
CRAWFORD, GRETCHEN 
CRAWFORD, SHANDRA 
CREECY, DWAYNE 
CRENSHAW, RODNEY L. 
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CRISTADORO, JUSTINE M. 
CRONIC, KIMBERLY M. 
CROSBY, KAREN 
CROSSLEY, MONIQUE B. 
CROW, MARGARET 
CROWDER, MICHAEL A. 
CROWE, BILLIE L. 
CROWE, LOGAN W. 
CROWELL, ANN MARIE 
CROWLEY, STEVE 
CRUMBRINE, DAVID 

CLAYTON 
CRUPPI, JAMES P. 
CUCCIA, LUCAS T., Ill 
CUCCIA, MARK ANTHONY 
CUERIA, BRENT 
CUERVO, HELENA L. 
CULIAN, JOHN III 
CULOTTA, RODI W. 
CUMMINGS, DEAN 
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CUNDIN, FERNANDO C. 
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CUNNINGHAM, KAI D. 
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CUPIT, JONATHAN R. 
CURRAN, SUSAN 0. 
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CURRY, JANE E. 
CUSHMAN, MICHAEL J. 
CUSIMANO, CARIN 
CUSIMANO, MICHAEL 



CUTI, JOHN 

CUTITTO JR., ALPHONSE A. 

CUTRO, CLAIRE 

DADABO, FRANK C. 

DAIGLE, DENISE A. 

DAIGLE, ELLEN M. 

DAIGLE, LORAINE 

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DALEY, CHRISTOPHER J. 

DALEY, DAN A. 

D'AMICO, DARLA 

DANIELS, JENNIFER K. 

DANIELS, MICHAEL 

DANNER, ALLISON 

DANNER, GARIN E. 

D'ANTONI, LAURIE B. 

DANTONI, STEPHEN C. 

DARCEY, DUANE P. 

DARCY, PATRICK T. 

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DARKE, PATRICK 

DARKE, TIMOTHY M. 

DARRING, ANDREW F. 

DART, RALPH H. 

DASTE, STEPHEN M. 

DAUER, MARK 

DAUTERIVE, DAVID 

DAVIS, ALBERT 

DAVIS, BYRON 

DAVIS, CHERIE M. 

DAVIS, DONNA R. 

DAVIS, JOHN 

DAVIS, KEVIN M. 

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DAVIS, RACHEL T. 

DAVIS, ROBERT L. 

DAVIS, SONYA M. 

DAVIS, THOMAS 

DAWSON, VERONICA E. 

DAZET, CHRIS 

DEAN, STEVEN H. 

DE ARRIBA, MARY M. 

DE BLANC, CHRISTOPHER 

DECKERT, PAUL B. 

DECUERS, MARY 

DEDEAUX, MARK K. 

DEGNAN, MARY C. 

DEIPARINE, ERWIN J. 

DE LA BURDE, COLETTE A. 

DELA GUARDIA, DULCIDIO 

DELAHAYE, THOMAS 

DE LA LUZ, JAVIER 

DE LANEUVILLE, MARIANNA 

E. 
DELAUNE, ANGELA M. 
DELEON, APRIL M. 
DELGADO, CARLO S.M. 
DELL, DANA M. 
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DEMATTEO, ANDREA H. 
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DENDY, LATISHA M. 
DENENEA, JOHN H. 
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DENNIS, GUY F. 
DENNIS, JAMES T. 
DENTON, REBECCA L. 
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DEROJAS, ISIDRO R. 
DEROUEN, ELIZABETH A. 
DESENA, CURTIS W. 
DESFORGES, DENISE 
DESFORGES, ROBERT E. 
DESILVA, AINSLEY L. 



DETCHON, DEBRA ANNE 
DEVAY, FRANK R. 
DEVELASCO, GUSTAVO 
DEVENEY, JOHN J. 
DEVEZIN, ARMAND B. 
DIBENEDETTO, ANNA M. 
DI FULCO, MARY G. 
DILL, JAMES 
DIMARCO, ANTHONY F. 
DINGLER, JEFFREY S. 
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DINH, TUNG T. 
DISCON, GREG 
DOAN, MAI N. 
DOAR, KRISTYN M. 
DOBARD, PHILIP M. 
DOELL, STEVEN M. 
DOHRE, KEN J. 
DOIRON, ELIZABETH A. 
DOIRON, VICTORIA M. 
DOLA, PHUONG DZUNG 
DOLLIOLE, DEVONA M. 
DOLLYMORE, KATHLEEN M. 
DONAHUE, RICHARD M., II 
DONALD, DAVID 
DONGIEUX. GLEN L. 
DONOHUE, ERIN M. 
DONOVAN, LAURA L. 
DORSEY, DAN R. 
DORSEY, DARNELL D. 
DORSEY, DONNA M. 
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DOSKEY, PAUL M. 
DOTTA, MIGUEL A. 
DOUCET, NICHOLAS D. 
DOUGLAS, KIRK M. 
DOUGLAS, MERVIN A. 
DOWER, MARY A. 
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DOYLE, CHRISTOPHER J. 
DOYLE, MARIE L. 
DOYLE, STEVE P. 
DRAKE, PAMELA 
DREUIL, MARIE L. 
DRISCOLL, AMY B. 
DRYER, RICHARD D. 
DUBOIS, DONALD J. 
DUBOIS, MICHAEL L. 
DUBOURG, DON L. 
DUBRET, DONALD M. 
DUCKSWORTH, LILLIAN 
DUCLAUX, MONIQUE E. 
DUCREUX, MARIO R. 
DUFF, TAMRA 
DUFFY, ELIZABETH P. 
DUFFY, JAMES E. 
DUGAS, DIANNE MARIE 
DUHON, GERALD J., JR. 
DUHON, GINNY 
DUKE, MELISSA M. 
DULLE, WILLIAM H. 
DUMAS, CHRISTINE 
DUMESTRE, MARY L. 
DUMOND, BERNARD H. 
DUNGHE, ADELMO P. 
DUNLAP, JOHN 
DUNN, LISA 
DUNN, THOMAS E. 
DUNSMORE, JANET 
DUPLANTIER, JOHN C. 
DUPLANTIER, RICHARD G. 
DUPLANTIS, JILL C. 
DUPLESSIS, LAURIE A. 
DUPONT, CHERYL 
DUPRE, SEAN 
DUPREE, ROBERT L. 
DURAN, MICHA M. 
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DVORAK, MARK 
DWYER, CHRISTINA 
DWYER, FREDERIC H. 
DYER, ANGELIQUE 
DYER, HUGH B. 
EAGLIN, DANIEL A. II 
EARLS, EVA 
EASTER, VIRGINIA Y. 
EBEY, DARYL B. 
EBRAHIM, SHERIF A. 
ECHEVERRIA, SINFORIANO J. 
ECK, CHRISTOPHER R. 
ECKERT, JEANEEN E. 
ECKERT, WENDLIN A. 
ECKERT, WILLIAM H. 
ECKHOLDT, ERIC J. 
EDMOND, DERRICK J. 
EDUPUGANTI, GOPAL R. 
EDUPUGANTI, SRILATHA 
EDWARDS, JAMES A. 
EDWARDS, MORRIS A. 
EDWARDS, RALPH D. 
EHRINGER, TERESA K. 
EHRLICH, ANDREW L. 
ELDREDGE, CHARLES L. 
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ELFERT, THOMAS A. 
ELLIOTT, DENISE L. 
ELLIOTT, STACIA 
ELLMER, ELIZABETH A. 
ELLSWORTH, DARIN I. 
ELMAS, ALI R. 
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EMIGHOLZ, STEVEN M. 
EMORDI, EMMANUEL O. 
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ENGELMAN, JULIE M. 
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ENGLERT, TERRY A. 
ENTERANTE III, ANTHONY L. 
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ERDMAN, LINDA A. 
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ESCALANTE, MARISOL 
ESCALONA, MARIO A. 
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ESKRA, PETER G. 
ESPINOSA, FEDERICO G. 
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ETHEREDGE, ELLEN F. 
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EVELINE, GREGORY P. 
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FABIAN, LISA M. 
FAIRCHILD, KENTLEY R. 
FAISON, REBECCA L. 
FAJKOWSKI, PETER W. 
FALGOUST, SYBIL 



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FALLO, GLORIA 
FALLON, LARA A. 
FANNIN, KAREN L. 
FARMER, MELISSA A. 
FARRELL, COLLEEN T. 
FARRINGTON, VINCENT W. 
FATSIS, THEODORE J. 
FAULK, SHELDON 
FAURE, DAVID E. 
FAVALORO, BRIDGET 
FAVORITE, MELONIE M. 
FAVRE, FORD R. 
FAVRET, CHARLES G. 
FAVRET, DEAN J. 
FEDERICO, HOLLY A. 
FELKER, CHRIS D. 
FENDLEY, WENDI A. 
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FERGUSON, CONNIE S. 
FERNANDEZ, LUIS E. 
FERNANDEZ, MARY LOUISE 
FERNANDEZ, OMAR J. 
FERNANDEZ, ROSA M. 
FERNANDEZ, THERESA L. 
FERNS, COLLEEN 
FERRAGE, PAMELA 
FERRAN, MARIA TERESA 
FERRARA, PHYLLIS L. 
FERRARA, STEPHEN D. 
FERRARO, LORI A. 
FERRELL, LETICIA A. 
FERRIOT, JOANNE C. 
FEWELL, RICHARD L. 
FEWER, CHARLENE A. 
FICARRA, ANGELA M. 
FIELDS, WANDA M. 
FIGUEROA, DAVID JR, 0. 
FIGUEROA, GREGORY P. 
PILLION, MARY CATHERINE 
FIORENZA, CRISTINA L. 
FINNAN, JOHN H. 
FISHER, BRIDGET 
FISHER, CAROL R. 
FISHER, CONNIE L. 
FITZGERALD, MARY B. 
FITZ-HUGH, RANDOLPH T. 
FITZPATRICK, BRONWEN 
FITZSIMONS, JEFFREY 
FLAKE, ALAN M. 
FLANAGAN, JAMES J. 
FLANAGAN, NELL M. 
FLANNERY, CORNELIA M. 
FLAUSS, DEBORAH J. 
FLAUSS, ROBERT J, 
FLEMING, ANTHONY 
FLEMING, PAUL C, JR. 
FLORENTINO, CHARLENE M. 
FLORES, MIGUEL 
POLES, LANCE D. 
FOLEY, JAMES IV 
FOLEY, LAURIE J. 
FONTANA, FRANK J. 
FONTENELLE, CHRISTINE C. 
FORBES, TYRONE D. 
FORCADE, JAMES 
FORD, DEBORAH J. 
FORD, DEMETRIE E. 
FORD, JOSEPH L, 
FORD, MARGA CHRISTINE 
FORD, MATTHEW L. 
FORESTER, JEAN M. 
FORLONG, MICHELLE C. 
FORMAN, PHYLLIS A. 
FORTIN, MARIA ISABEL 
FOS, DANA L. 
FOSS, CONNIE M. 
FOSTER, JOHN M. 



FOSTER, SAAVEDRA 
FOSTER, SUSANA G. 
FOSTER, STEVE K. 
FOSTER, SUSAN Y. 
FOSTER-VILA, JANET L. 
FOTO, JOSEPH 
FOURROUX, KRISTIN A. 
FOWLER, ANDREW G. 
FOWLER, KIMBERLYN D. 
FOWLER, MELANIE S. 
FOWLER, NANCY S. 
FOWLER, WENDY 
FOX, CARLA A. 
FOX, HAL G. 
FOX, MARY BETH 
FOY, TIMOTHY D. 
FRADELLA, FRANK T. 
FRANCEZ, ROBERT M. 
FRANCHINA, LORI MARIE 
FRANCIS, CHRISTAL P. 
FRANCIS, LISA D. 
FRANCIS, PATRICK A. 
FRANCIS, STAN C. 
FRANCOIS, JOHNAS J. 
FRANK, LYNN H. 
FRANKLIN, THOMAS J. Ill 
FRAZIER, PATRICK T. 
FREEMAN, CYNTHIA D. 
FREEMAN, DIRK, II 
FREEMAN, MARGUERITE 

PAIGE 
FREEMAN, TRACEY J. 
FREESE, TERRENCE J. 
FRESQUET, ALENA 
FRETZ, ROBERTA 
FREY, JOHN A. 
FREY. MICHAEL F. 
FREYRE, LUIS E. 
FRIES, KELLY A. 
FRISCHHERTZ, DEAN P. 
FRITZ, CHARLENE D. 
FRITZ, JENNIFER 
FRITZ, JULIE A. 
FRITZ, KAREN 
FRIZZELL, LISA L. 
FROIS, LOUANA H. 
FRUTHALER, PAULA J. 
FULLER, MARTIN S. 
FULMER, DAVID S. 
FUNTI, MARC 
FURY, SAMUEL J., Ill 
FUTERFAS, RIC A, 
GADBOIS, MICHELLE M. 
GAFFNEY, KELLY L. 
GAGLIAND, LAUREN E. 
GAIENNIE, RICHARD M. 
GAINEY, ELLEN 
GAITAN, ANGELINA 
GALES, SONIA M. 
GALLAGHER, LOUISE 
GALLART, JOSE A. 
GALLINGHOUSE, VAN L. 
GALLO, JOHN R. 
GAMBEL, GRETCHEN L. 
GAMBLE, NANCY 
GAMBOA, MAURICIO A. 
GANDOLFI, BECKY 
GANDY, KELLY 
GANDY, MICHELE R. 
GANIER, JENNIFER M. 
GANUCHEAU, SUZANNE M. 
GARCIA, ANTONIO 
GARCIA, EDDA PILAR 
GARCIA, ELIZABETH 
GARCIA, GINA M. 
GARCIA, JUAN M. 
GARCIA, LISA 
GARCIA, MARGARITA M. 



GARCIA, RAFAEL 
GARCIA, TERENCIO J., JR. 
GARDEMAL, JOSEPH T., Ill 
GARDEMAL, STEPHEN L. 
GARDNER, EDWARD 
GARDNER, TROY 
GARNETT, DONNA M. 
GARNIER, MARC F. 
GARON, TIMOTHY G. 
GARRETY, BRYON C. 
GARRISON, LYON H. 
GARRISON, MARY K. 
GARVEY, DANIEL J. 
GARVEY, KATHLEEN I. 
GARVEY, MARY E. 
GASPARD, GREGORY 
GATELY, ERIN M. 
GATTO, ALEXANDER 0. 
GATTUSO, GRETCHEN H. 
GAUDREAULT, SUZANNE M. 
GAYDEN, TRENISH 
GEARY, ALBERT R. 
GEDNEY, MARY K. 
GEE, KIRBY D. 
GEIST, MICHAEL 
GELIN, YVES W. 
GELPI, PIERRE G. 
GENOVESE, MICHAEL E. 
GENTLES-LEE, ARLETTE 
GERBER, KATHY A. 
GERRETS, JOHN 
GERVAIS, NATHAN H. 
GEWIN, JOSEPH C. 
GHAZALI, AZMI 
GIADROSICH, KARLA A. 
GIAMBELLUCA, NICHOLAS P. 
GIBBONS, BRIAN P. 
GIBBS, BONNIE 
GIBSON, LYNNE M. 
GIEBEL, EDWARD A. 
GIL, MANUEL 
GILARDI, RICHARD P. 
GILBERT, ROBERT E. 
GILBREATH, SHELLY R. 
OILMAN, DEBORAH 
GILMORE, ARCHAIS J. 
GINART, MICHAEL C. 
GINESI, KARYN L. 
GIOIA, ROSEMARIE F. 
GIORDANO, VINCENT 
GIORGIO, DENISE 
GIROIR, LISA M. 
GIRON, AROLDO E. 
GISCLAIR, MARC M. 
GISCLAIR, TARA T. 
GIVENS, LOUELLA P. 
GLASS, JOSEPH G. 
GLEBER, CHRISTINE M. 
GLEBER, DOUGLAS G. 
GLEBER, DOUGLAS G. 
GLORIOSO, DARYL G. 
GLORIOSO, MARIA 
GODAT, MICHAEL E. 
GOEWERT, BRADLEY J. 
GOEWERT, TARA 
GOFFSTEIN, ADAM 
GOH, LEE HOE 
COINS, MARLYN M. 
COINS, RICHARD C. 
GOKINGCO, MATTHEW L. 
GOLD, DANIEL W. 
GOLD, MARTIN 
GOLDBERG, CARA M. 
GOLDBERG, ROSALIND O. 
GOLDBERG, SHERI 
GOLDSTEIN, BRIAN 
GOLDSTEIN, DONNA 
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GOMEZ, ALISA 
GOMEZ, ARISTIDES A. 
GOMEZ, DORA R. 
GOMEZ, LILIANA 
GONDRELLA, GINA G. 
GONZALES, DENNIS P. 
GONZALES, GINALEE A. 
GONZALES, ALEJANDRO A. 
GONZALEZ, NELIA 
GOODMAN, KEVIN M. 
GOODYEAR, BRETT 
GOODYEAR, RICHARD 
GORDON, JONATHAN P. 
GORDON, RICHARD M. 
GORHAM, LAURA M. 
GORLIN, DOUGLAS 
GORMAN, TIMOTHY M. 
GOTTSCHALK, PETRA M. 
GOULETA, DAVID B. 
GOUNDAS, JOY H. 
GRACE, HEATHER 
GRACIAS, JOAQUIM S. 
GRAFFEO, TRACEY A. 
GRAHAM, DOROTHY L. 
GRAHAM, SARAH B. 
GRAITGE, KATHRYN A. 
GRAND, CHRISTOPHER L. 
GRANT, CHIMENE A. 
GRANT, ROBERT W. 
GRANTADAM, MICHELE R. 
GRAVES, JOHN P. 
GRAVES, SHENITA R. 
GRAVOIS, CHERIE 
GRECO, CLAUDE A. 
GREEN, VANESSA C. 
GREENE, ELIZABETH G. 
GREENE, THOMAS 
GREFER, GREGORY A. 
GREGOIRE, YVETTE M. 
GREGSON, VERNON J. 
GRETHER, MELISSA 
GREY, JOSEPH P. 
GRIECO, JENNIFER A. 
GRIESHABER, JAMES F. 
GRIESHABER, MICHAEL J. 
GRIFFIN, JOHN D. 
GRIFFITH, JACQUELI G. 
GRINSTEAD, YOLANDA Y. 
GRIPPO, KRISTINE E. 
GRISOLI, RONALD W. 
GROB, KIMBERLY E. 
GROS, JOHN M. 
GRUNDMEYER, BRAD P. 
GUAGLIARDO, KAREN L. 
GUCCIONE, MICHAEL P. 
GUERCIA, JULIE A. 
GUERRERO, ANNA M. 
GUERRIERI, RENEE 
GUERTIN, MARIE E. 
GUEVARA, CELIA 
GUIANG, CARLISSA L. 
GUIDROZ, REBECCA A. 
GUIDRY, HEATHER M. 
GUIDRY, RACHELLE A. 
GUIDRY, VICTORIA HELEN 
GUILLORY, BYRON P. 
GUILLORY, THERESE M. 
GUILLORY, TIMOTHY 
GUILLOT, ALTON M. II 
GUILLOTTE, PAUL H. 
GUIMONT, LESLIE A. 
GUIOT, OLLIVIER D. 
GULLEDGE, ROBYN C. 
GUM, JOHN 
GUNN, CARIN M. 
GUNN, JOHN D. 
GUNN, WILLIAM R. 
GUNTHER, PAUL C. 



GUSSONI, ANTHONY E. 
GUSTE, ANNE 
GUSTKE, CHARMION E. 
GUSTKE, JENNIFER 
GUTIERREZ, VIVIAN M. 
GUTTUSO, GINA M.. 
GUYON, KEVIN C. 
GUZZINO, LYNNETTE A. 
HAAS, CHRISTOPHER A. 
HAASE, JULIE A. 
HABET, LILLETTE C. 
HABIB, AINA 
HADLEY, LESLIE J. 
HAFNER, CATHERINE A. 
HAGAMAN, MARTHA L. 
HAGMANN, DANIEL J. 
HAIK, DAVID L. 
HAIRSTON, NANCY Y. 
HALPERN, LAURIE 

BARCELONA 
HALVORSEN, FRANCES B. 
HAMILTON, MELISSA A. 
HAMLIN, LAUREN L. 
HAMMEL, ELLEN MICHELLE 
HAMMOCK, CATHERIN L. 
HAMPTON, ANTHONY 
HAMPTON, SALLYE A. 
HAMPTON, SANDRA 
HAMPTON, TERRONITA M. 
HAND, RONDA 
HANDAL, MATTHEW P. 
HANDLEY, LAWRENCE M. 
HANEMANN, REG 
HANNA, ROBERT M. 
HANSON, ALFRED F. 
HANTEL, JENNIFER L. 
HANTHORN, SCOTT E. 
HAPPOLDT, DANIEL 
HAQUE, RAJU Z. 
HARGIS, YVETTE ANN 
HARKREADER, ALAN D. 
HARMS, LAUREN A. 
HARPER, LETHA D. 
HARR, KATHERINE M. 
HARRELL, SCOTT M. 
HARRIS, ANNE M. 
HARRIS, CARA 
HARRIS, CHARLOTTE A. 
HARRIS, GARY R. 
HARRIS, JOHNNA D. 
HARRIS, KELLY A. 
HARRIS, TOMERIO L. 
HARRIS, WILLIAM H. 
HARRISON, DANA 
HARRISON, KIMI L. 
HARRISON, LAURA M. 
HARRISON, SARAH K. 
HART, CHARLETTE M. 
HART, ERIN M. 

HART, WILLIAM ANDREW, JR. 
HARTMAN, TRACIE L. 
HARVEY, ALLEN A. 
HARVEY, ROBERT G. 
HARWOOD, TERESA A. 
HASENKAMPF, RHONDA M. 
HASSAN, ROI HANAH 
HASSINGER, LAMBERT J., JR 
HASTINGS, FREDERIC V. 
HATTARKI, SHEILA M. 
HAUCK, PATRICE A. 
HAUF, KATHLEEN M. 
HAVENSTRITE, MARY E. 
HAWIT, RAUL D. 
HAWKINS, KATHY L. 
HAWKINS, MELANIE 
HAWKINS, WILLIAM 
HAWKS, LUCIA G. 
HAY, ELIZABETH C. 



HAYDEL, MARY G. 
HAYES, BROOKE G. 
HAYES, LLOYD S. 
HAYES, PAIGE E. 
HAYNE, HEIDI D. 
HAYLOCK, ROBERT 
HAZELBAKER, MARLOW L. 
HAZZARD, WILLIAM E. 
HEALEY, COLLEEN M. 
HEASLIP, SCOTT W, 
HEATH, JENNIFER J. 
HEATON, ALEX 
HEAVEY, KATHLEEN A. 
HEBERT, CATHERINE E. 
HEBERT, GARY G. 
HEBERT, JOSEPH D. 
HEBERT, KIMBERLY 
HEBERT, RONALD 
HECK, JENNETTE M. 
HEEB, PATRICIA L. 
HEEPKE, RICHARD 
HEIN, GERA 
HEINE, PAMELA E. 
HEISSER, LISA M. 
HEISSER, MARK A. 
HELM, MICHAEL G. 
HEMB, CLAUDIO S. 
HEMPERLEY, DONALD R. 
HEMSTREET, JOAN W. 
HENDERSON, CAROL R. 
HENDERSON, SONJA P. 
HENDRICKS, LISA L. 
HENDRICKS, MATTHEW S. 
HENDRICKSON, LISA L. 
HENICAN, THOMAS P. 
HENRY, ADAM R. 
HENRY, PAUL A. 
HENRY, SKYE C. 
HENTZ, NANCY L. 
HERMAN, MELISSA 
HERNANDEZ, ALINA B. 
HERNANDEZ, BELINDA A. 
HERNANDEZ, RONALD T. 
HERRERA, ANAITE 
HERRON, LAURIE 
HERVEY, COLLEN A. 
HERVEY, WILLIAM M. 
HESNI, GEORGE S. II 
HESS, PENNY ZESCI 
HESS, WILLIAM J. 
HEUSNER, SHIRLENE P. 
HEUTON, ANNE M. 
HEW, JESSICA K. 
HEW, MAURICE Y. 
HEYD, SHARON E. 
HIBBETT, THERESA 
HICKEY, MADELINE A. 
HICKEY, SEAN P. 
HIDALGO, MYRA 
HEINZ, ROBERT 
HIGGINS, KAY M. 
HIGGINS, MELISSA A. 
HIHAR, KELVIN G. 
HILDEBRAND, WILLIAM D. 
HILDEBRANT, JEFFREY P. 
HILDUM, ROBERT J, 
HILL, FRANZ R. 
HILLARY, CAITLIN B. 
HILLMAN, SUSAN 
HILLS, MICHELLE A. 
HIMEL, PATRICK J. 
HINCH, DAVID 
HINCKLEY, STEPHANIE G. 
HINGLE, DONALD B. 
HINGLE, GERARD L. 
HINGLE, MICHAEL E. 
HINMAN, LISA 
HINRICHS, CLAY S. 



HIRSCH, VICKI B. 
HOARD, DEBORAH 
HOBSON, CONSTANCE CLAIRE 
HOFFMAN, ANTHONY M. 
HOFFMAN, GARY D. 
HOLAHAN, PAULETTE M. 
HOLDEN, KIMBERLY D. 
HOLLANDER, DOUGLAS S. 
HOLLOWAY, OLANDER B, 
HOLLUB, LISA M. 
HOLM, BARRY J. 
HOLMAN, MARY M. 
HOLMBERG, LINDA L. 
HOLMES, HENRY M, 
HOLZENTHAL, KAREN T. 
HONEYCUTT, BRITTANY M. 
HONOREE, HELEN M. 
HOOK, MATTHEW 
HOPPER, DIANE M. 
HORAN, VERONICA A. 
HORGAN, DEIRDRE A. 
HORN, CYNTHIA M. 
HORN, STACY A. 
HORNBERGER, MARY M. 
HORNOT, JEANETTE 
HORST, DAWN L. 
HORTON, CHERYL 
HORTON, DANA R. 
HORTON, DENISE L. 
HOURIHAN, KEVIN 
HOUSHOLDER, KEITH M. 
HOUT, CHRISTOPHER G. 
HOWARD, AMANDA 
HOWARD, JENIFER L. 
HOWARD, NELL MCLELLAN 
HOWELL, EVAN P. Ill 
HOWES, WILLIAM T. 
HOWLEY, CHRISTY M. 
HOWZE, MONIQUE E. 
HRACHOVY, STEPHANI L. 
HUBBELL, AMY M. 
HUBERT, REBECCA L. 
HUDSON, LISA M. 
HUDSON, ROBERT A. 
HUGHES, CHARLOTT A. 
HUGHES, DARRELL 
HUGHES, MARCIA L. 
HULBERT, DEIDRA 
HULEN, TARA L. 
HULIN, BEN G. 
HUNTER, TOIJA M. 
HUSTON, LATRICIA M. 
HUTCHINSON, GERARD K. 
HYATT, DONALD A. 
HYATT, SALLY W. 
HYDER, AMY 
HYMEL, AMANDA E. 
HYMEL, ANDREW J. 
HYMEL, KEVIN M. 
HYMEL, SCOTT 
IBRAHIM, FAIZAH 
IFEZUE, CHUKWUJEKWU 
IGLESIAS, RAFAEL J. 
IKE-PETERS, MABEL I. 
IKHIFA, PATRICK I. 
ILC S.J., TODD M. 
IMBORNONE, ANGELA C. 
IMPERIAL, DOROTHY J. 
IMWALLE, WILLIAM M. 
INGLES, DAVID C. 
INGRAHAM, MYRNA 
INMAN, MICHAEL J. 
INNERARITY, HEATHER L. 
IPPOLITO, CHRISTINA M. 
IPPOLITO, MARK J. 
IRBY, KAREN 
IRIAS, SUSIE 
IRVING, MARGARET E. 



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ISMAIL, RAJA SHANRIMAN 
ISRAEL, ROBIN G. 
ITANI, RANDA 
IZE-IYAMU, FRANK 
IZZO, ANDREA S. 
IZZO, LAURA E. 
JACKSON, CAFFERY R. 
JACKSON, CRIS R. 
JACKSON, ELNORIS 
JACKSON, ERROLL 
JACKSON, GEORGE 
JACKSON, JEFF D. 
JACKSON, JOYCELYN E. 
JACKSON, JUAN M. 
JACKSON, LEON C. 
JACKSON, MICHELE M. 
JACKSON, SHAWN 
JACOB, LANCE R. 
JACOBS, GEORGE L. 
JACOBS, MICHAEL J. 
JACOBSON, TODD D. 
JAGERS, DAWN D. 
JAGOT, MARLENE A. 
JAHNCKE, EMILY A. 
JAKIPOVIC, DIANA D. 
JANOSKY, JANNA M. 
JANUS, CAROLYN 
JARRELL, GLENN M. 
JARRELL, TODD P. 
JAUBERT, CHARLES JR. C. 
JAYNE, AMY 
JEAN, GEOVANNIA H. 
JEANSONNE, MARIA B. 
JEANSONNE, MARK J. 
JEFFERSON, CHRYSTAL 
JEFFERSON, THOMAS L. 
JEFFREY, YASMIN 
JENKINS, CLYDE E. 
JENKINS, SHELIA A. 
JENNINGS, BRIAN R. 
JENNINGS, PATRICK 
JILES, ROBERT S. 
JIMENEZ, PABLO 
JOANEN, SCOTT 
JOFFRION, CLAYTON J. 
JOHNSON, ALFREDIA C. 
JOHNSON, AVIS E. 
JOHNSON, BJORN P. 
JOHNSON, BRYAN S. 
JOHNSON, CATRICE A. 
JOHNSON, EDDIE 
JOHNSON, ERIC G. 
JOHNSON, GAYE A. 
JOHNSON, GEORGE R. 
JOHNSON, MATTHEW N. 
JOHNSON, PATRICIA A. 
JOHNSON, ROBERT J. 
JOHNSON, SHANNON J. 
JOHNSON, SIOBHAN 
JOHNSON, SIMONE A. 
JOHNSON, STANLEY C. 
JOHNSON, VENOLA L. 
JOHNSON, ZELDA M. 
JOHNSTON, CHRISTOPHER L. 
JOHNSTON, HOPE T. 
JOLLY, NYLA R. 
JONES, CAROLYN M. 
JONES, DENISE A. 
JONES, FRANCES 
JONES, JEREMIAH R. 
JONES, KEVIN 
JONES, MARLA A. 
JONES, MARLA M. 
JONES, MATTHEW L. 
JONES, MICHELLE L. 
JONES, NATALIE J. 
JONES, RICHARD L. 
JONES, SARAH E. 



JONES, SIMBA F. 
JONES, TANYA M. 
JONES-FLOT, EUGENIE M. 
JORDAN, EVELYN 
JOSEPH, TERRYDETTE T. 
JOSEPH, KIM E. 
JOVIN, DENISE M. 
JOYCE, WILLIAM J. 
JUAN, STEPHEN C. 
JUDD, VALERYE LYNN 
JUDGE, LYNNETTE 

FALGOUST 
JUMONVILLE, STEPHANI A. 
JUNEAU, STEPHANIE A. 
JURGENS, JULIEN F. 
JUSTIN, ANGELIC A. 
JUUL, ANN MARIE 
KAFFER, SARA ANNE E. 
KAHN, JENNIFER REBECCA 
KAISER, DENNIS A. 
KAISER, THURMAN R. 
KAMIN, KATHRYN 
KARAM, GERARD M. 
KARREN, CHARLES P. 
KASIMAN, MOHAMAD J. 
KASS, MARY JO 
KASTNER, BRIAN 
KATIGAN, JILL A. 

KATSARIDES, PAMELA H. 

KATZ, KAREN L. 

KEARNEY, CLAY P. 

KEARNEY, RACHELLE L. 

KEEGAN, CHRISTINE 

KEENAN, MARGARET M. 

KEEGAN, RENEE M. 

KEENAN, OLIVIA 

KEIFFER, JENNIFER B. 

KEIFFER, SUSAN M. 

KELLAM, PAULA G. 

KELLER, DANIEL A. 

KELLER, JOHN A. 

KELLER, KYM K. 

KELLEY, BRETT E. 

KELLEY, GLENN P. 

KELLEY, KEENE RICHARDS 

KELLEY, MICHAEL J. 

KELLOGG, VIRGINIA W. 

KELLUM, BRIAN 

KELLY, JEAN M. 

KELLY, JERRY W. 

KELLY, KATERI 

KELLY, PATRICIA A. 

KELLY, QUENTIN P. 

KEMMERLY, COLIN 

KEMMERLY, MARGARET E. 

KEMNER, MITCHELL 

KENNEDY, GREG 

KENNETT, PAMELA 

KENNEY, JOHN D. 

KENNEY, ROBERT 

KENNY, MICHAEL P. 

KENSEY, DEDRA GELONDA 

KENT, LIBBEY S. 

KENTZEL, TED W. 

KEOUGH, COLLEEN K. 

KERN, BLAINEY 

KIEFER, LOUIS M. Ill 

KILAU, HASPAHLELA 

KIMBALL, JAMES K. 

KIME, MICHAEL 

KIMMEY, JOHN L. 

KIMMONS, STEVEN E. 

KING, ALICE L. 

KING, BRENDAN G. 

KING, JULIE A. 

KING, PAUL B. 

KING, RONETTE M. 

KING, SUSAN E. 



KING-HARRIS, YOLANDA J. 
KIRST, KIMBERLY A. 
KITTLE, GARY W. 
KLAPPER, JULIE A. 
KLECK, JONATHAN N. 
KLEIN, VICKI K. 
KLEIN, WILLIAM R. 
KLOYZ, MARY 
KNIGHT, CYNTHIA L. 
KNIGHT, ROBERT A. 
KNIPPENBERG, CRAIG C. 
KNUTSSON, KURT K. 
KOEHLER, KAREN A. 
KOFFSKEY, KINDA M. 
KOGOSK, SAMUEL T. 
KOHLER, WILLIAM L. 
KOHN, MICHAEL A. 
KOKO, KIMBERLY A. 
KOLB, ERIC 
KOLLIN, KRISTIN M. 
KONDROIK, STEPHEN 
KONRAD, COURTNEY A. 
KOO, HELENA 
KOONCE, MARIAN J. 
KOPER, DEBBIE 
KOPPANG, GLEN N. 
KORTE, KATHY 
KRAMER, DANIEL A. 
KRINGAS, CONSTANCE 
KRINGAS, DEMETRA G. 
KRINGAS, JULIA G. 
KNONEMER, MARK 
KRUSE, CATHARYN W. 
KUCERA, JULIA G. 
KNONEMER, MARK 
KRUSE, CATHARYN W. 
KUCERA, JULIE A. 
KUDZMA, TIMOTHY 
KUEHN, ROGER Y. 
KUHNELL, LYNETTE M. 
KULAS, PHILIP E. 
KUMP, JOSEPH G. 
KURAS, KATHRYN J. 
KYLE, JOSEPH F. 
LABAUVE, CHRISTOPHER M. 
LABAUVE, LAURA L. 
LABELLA, ANTHONY J. Ill 
LABONIA, JOHN D. 
LABORDE, DAVY P. JR. 
LABORDE, GARY L. 
LABORDE, MICHELLE R. 
LACAYO, ADELA M. 
LACCHEO, RAQUEL M. 
LACHART, DEBORAH 
LACOSTE, RODNEY J., JR. 
LACOUME, CLARENCE J. 
LACY, COLLEEN T. 
LADOUCEUR, RAYMOND P. 
LAFFAN, MAURA V. 
LA FLEUR, JOSEPH R. 
LAFONTISSEE, LOUIS L. 
LAGARDE, JOHN K. 
LAGRANGE, PATRICK C. 
LALLA, JOHN M. 
LAM, PHOUNG T. 
LAMARTINA, ELISE M. 
LAMBERT, JOHN 
LAMENDOLA, ANDREA M. 
LANCASTER, JOHN P. 
LANDRIEU, KENNETH P. 
LANDRIEU, MADELEIN 
LANDRIEU, MARTIN E. 
LANDRY, CHRISTOPHER M. 
LANDRY, DAVID S. 
LANDRY, SHIRRELL P. 
LANDRY, SIDNEY P. 
LANE, EDWARD III 
LANG, CORT A. 



LANG, ERICH C. 
LANG, TIEN V. 
LANIER, CLINTON D. 
LANK, BRIGITTE L. 
LANZARO, THEODORE D. 
LANZAS, GELSOMINA 
LAPEYROLERIE, DEMETRA A. 
LAPORTE, SUSAN R. 
LARACHUENTE, DARIN 
LARCHE, ROCHELLE M. 
LARKIN, ERICA S. 
LARRIEU, PATRICIA M. 
LARRIEU, TERRY L. 
LATHROP, JAMES W. 
LATHROP, MARIA C. 
LAU CHIAL, JACQUELINE 
LAURET, DEAN G. 
LAUTERBACH, MICHELLE E. 
LAVERGNE, DONVAN 
LAVIS, SUSAN D. 
LAVIZZO, AUBREY J. 
LAW, ANITA J. 
LAWRENCE, SUZETTE M. 
LAWSON, HEATHER A. 
LAWTON, PATRICK M. 
LAZARUS, STEPHEN 
LE, CHAU 

LEACH, THOMAS A. 
LEAHY, BOYD W. 
LEAVITT, MARK 
LEBEAU, PAUL 
LEBEUF, CHARLES E. 
LEBEUF, MARIE A. 
LEBLANC, ANNALAURA 
LEBLANC, MARGIE L. 
LEBLANC, MONIQUE B. 
LEBLANC, ROY A. Ill 
LEBON, MALIA, HILL 
LEBON, SHELLEY A. 
LEBRUN, WALLACE 
LECHNER, ANITA T. 
LEDERMAN, STEVEN 
LEE, ANDREA 
LEE, ARMANDO R. 
LEE, CYNTHIA M. 
LEE, GABRIEL E. 
LEE, HYANG 
LEE, JULIE J. 
LEE, ROBERT G. 
LEE, SHARLENE L. 
LEE, SOPHIE 
LEE, THAD 
LEGAN, JOHN C. 
LEGENDRE, DAVID W. 
LEGENDRE, MONIQUE 
LEGRAND, CHRISTIAN 
LEISE, LEO V. 
LEIVERS, RUTH A. 
LEJEUNE, ADELLE G. 
LE MAIRE, DOUGLAS 
LEMING, KIMBERLY A. 
LEMLE, JANIS W. 
LEMMLER, RICHARD P. JR. 
LEMMON, ANDREW A. 
LEMMON, JEANNE 
LEMMON, MARY L. 
LEMON, TERESCAH 
LEONARD, CAROLINE 
LEONARD, DENISE M. 
LEONARD, MARY 
LEONE, DEAN A. 
LEOPOLD, ERIK N. 
LEPINE, MELANIE 
LESLIE, TRACEY MARIE 
LESTER, GLENWOOD A. 
LEVALL Y, CHRISTOPHER A. 
LEVEILLE, RICHARD R. 
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LEWIS, JENNIFER 
LIANTONIO, FRANCIS V. 
LIGGINS, CYNTHIA D. 
LILL, LISA M. 
LILLIAN, GUY H. 
LINDNER, LYNN A. 
LINDSEY, ELLIS E. 
LINDSEY, JOHN E. 
LINGEN FELSER, CHARLES R. 
LINGER, GEORGE III 
LION, DAVID G. 
LIOU, CHUNG-HUNG 
LIPSCOMB, CATHERINE A. 
LIRETTE, AIMEE 
LITTLE, CARL J. 
LITTLE, CRAIG D. 
LITTLE, RAMOND P. 
LIVAUDAIS, LISA A. 
LIVINGSTON, DANIEL F. 
LIZARRAGA, ARTURO 
LIZARRAGA, HERMINIA M. 
LLOYD, JENNIFER K. 
LLUCH, ANGELITA P. 
LOCHRIDGE, JAMES A. 
LOCKHART, GRISETTE E. 
LOCOCO, ELIZABETH C. 
LOCOCO, MARGARET J. 
LOCOCO, MARY E. 
LOCOCO, VINCENT B. 
LOEB, STEVEN B. 
LOGAN, STEFANIE CAMILLE 
LOGRECA, JOSEPH 
LOH, FEI-LEE E. 
LOISEL, ANDREE 
LONDON, NICOLETTE 
LONDON, STEPHEN D. 
LONG, CHARLES B. 
LONG, KATHERINE A. 
LONGO, DEBBIE M. 
LOOMIS, TARA A. 
LOPEZ, ALEJANDRO R. 
LOPEZ, ENRIQUE F. 
LOPEZ, JULIA G. 
LOPEZ, LUIS F. 
LOPICCOLO, JOELLEN C. 
LOPINA, JAMES P. 
LORENZO, LORENZO 
LOUIE, TINA H. 
LOUPE, JOHN C. 
LOVECCHIO, PAULA A. 
LOVECCHIO, SALVATORE G. 
LOVELACE, MARCEL A. 
LOVELACE, RENE D. 
LOYA, RAUL A. 
LOZES, WILLIAM C. 
LUBECK, GEORGE F. 
LUBER, KEITH G. 
LUBRANO, CHERYL A. 
LUKINOVICH, BRENDA ELIZA 
LUND, CHRISTOPHER R. 
LUNDGREN, ERIC J. 
LUNN, STEFFANY D. 
LUNSFORD, WILLIAM M. 
LUPIN, ELLIS R. 
LUSTICK, CHARLES 
LUTZ, JAYNE F. 
LYBRAND, MICHELLE P. 
LYNCH, DENNIS T. 
LYNCH, GENEVIEVE M. 
LYNCH, JEFFERY M. 
LYONS, LORI A. 
MACBRIDE, ROBERTO A., SJ. 
MACKEL, LISA A. 
MACNAMARA, JOHN D. 
MACNARY, SHELLEY A. 
MADERAL, JORGE I. 
MADERE, ELAINE M. 
MADRON, AMY E. 



MAGEE, STUART C. 
MAGNER, RICHARD P. 
MAGUIGAD, LEONARDO M., 

JR. 
MAHEU, DAVID E. 
MAHEU, MARY C. 
MAHONEY, MICHAEL T. 
MAIER, COLLEEN A. 
MAILLIARD, DANIEL J. 
MAJORIA, MURPHY C. 
MAKELA, SUSAN A. 
MAKOFSKY, WENDY E. 
MALDONADO, JAVIER E. 
MALEHORN, ANGELA D. 
MALTEZOS, CATHERINE 
MAMON, CHARLES M. 
MANCI, RAYMOND L. 
MANCI, WILLIAM 
MANCUSO, GREGG S. 
MANDEL, ADAM F. 
MANDINA, VALERIE M. 
MANGANO, FRANK 
MANION, JOHN E. Ill 
MANN, DEBORAH A. 
MANN, JULIA A. 
MANNING, PERRY W. 
MANNING, ROBERT P. 
MANSLANK, TANYA H. 
MANSOR, MASTURA 
MARCEAUX, BRIAN J. 
MARCEL, ANGELA L. 
MARCELLO, PAULA L. 
MARCHAND, JAMES A. 
MARENDT, JEANNE M. 
MARGITZA, RICHARD D. 
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MARKS, ROBERT E. 
MARQUEZ, GENNIE L. 
MARRERO, YERY 
MARRS, ABIGAIL J. 
MARSHALL, APRIL M. 
MARSHALL, NINA 
MARSHALL, RAMONA H. 
MARTIN, DAVID C. 
MARTIN, KAREN M. 
MARTIN, KATE 
MARTIN, MAUREEN 
MARTIN, MICHAEL S. 
MARTIN, PETER A. 
MARTIN, WILLIAM J. 
MARTINEZ, DIANA M. 
MARTINEZ, KENNETH M. 
MARTINEZ, LESLIE P. 
MARTINEZ, VICENTE 
MARTINEZ, VIDAL 
MARY, BRANDON E. 
MARZONI, SHEILA G. 
MASON, KELLY 
MASRAN, MARITAH 
MASSA, MICHAEL J. 
MASSARINI, DALE J. 
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MASSEY, JOHNNY R. 
MASSEY, MIKE J. 
MASSO, RAMON 
MASSON, BRYAN C. 
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MASTERSON, MARGARET E. 
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MATERN, MATTHEW J. 
MATHEWS, DONNA M. 
MATHISON, LAURA N. 
MATIAS, SORAYA 
MATTE, JENNIFER 
MATTE, SHEILA F. 



MATTESON, MARGARET M. 
MATTHEWS, WENDI S. 
MAURER, DAVID E. 
MAURER, GEORGE S. 
MAURICE, DARREN G. 
MAURICE, VAUGHN R. 
MAXWELL, MELVIN CRAIG 
MAY, FRANKLIN E. 
MAY, GARY P. 
MAY, JONATHAN J. 
MAY, LOUIS B. 
MAYEAUX, DARRYL J. 
MAYEUX, DONNA L. 
MCALLISTER, WILBERT 
MCARTHUR, JULIE E. 
MCBRIDE, DAVID 
MCBRYDE, JENNIFER 
MCCABE, DANIEL 
MCCALL, KATHERINE L. 
MCCANN, WILLIAM B. 
MCCARTER, RICHARD 
MCCARTHY, MAUREEN E. 
MCCARTY, PATRICIA L. 
MCCARTY, PAUL E. 
MCCARTY, SAMUEL P. 
MCCAVITT, CHRISTOPHER S. 
MCCLAIN, SANDRA C. 
MCCLEAN, EDEE 
MCCLUNG, LESLIE T. 
MCCLURE, KELLEY G. 
MCCOLLUM, MARGARET K. 
MCCOOK, ROSEMARY F. 
MCCORMICK, JAMES E. 
MCCORMICK, MICHELLE M. 
MCCOY, JOANNE 
MCCRAY, LASHAWN S. 
MCCULLOUGH, DEIRDRE 
MCCULLUM, LILLIE T. 
MCDERMOTT, MELANIE 
MCDONALD, RONNIE 
MCDONOUGH, PATRICK 
MCELROY, STACIE L. 
MCELROY, TOMMY 
MCELWEE, KIM K. 
MCEVILLY, DIANA L. 
MCFAUL, CLAIRE C. 
MCGINITY, PATRICK C. 
MCGONEGAL, BRIAN E. 
MCGOUGH, CATHERINE 
MCGOVERN, CLAY B. 
MCGOVERN, MICHAEL G. 
MCGRATH, ELIZABET Z. 
MCGRATH, PATRICIA 
MCGREGOR, MELISSA A. 
MCGUIRE, ROBIN D. 
MCINTIRE, KIMBERLY D. 
MACLACHLAN, JOHN E., JR. 
MCLACHLAN, MICHAEL J. 
MCLAIN, MICHAEL C. 
MCLAUGHLIN, PATRICK M. 
MCLELLAN, JULIA P. 
MCLOUGHLIN, DAVID 
MCMELLAN, LUCY W. 
MCNABB, CAROLYN A. 
MCNAMARA, DWIGHT L. 
MCNAMARA, JONI 
MCNAMARA, MARY B. 
MCNEECE, PAMELA A. 
MCNEELY, CAROLINE M. 
MCQUEEN, MAUREEN A. 
MCTAGUE, ROBERT H. 
MCVEY, SR. PAMELA MARIE 

M. 
MEADOR, HEATHER L. 
MEALEY, JENNIFER LEE 
MEDINA, SERVIO F. 
MEDRANO, ROMMEL E. 
MEECE, LINDA L. 



MEHRTENS, JOY P. 
MEJIA, DANILO E. 
MELANCON, AMY M. 
MENA, JUAN C. 
MENCIO, JUAN 
MENDOZA, LUIS A., JR. 
MENDY, EDWARD B. 
MENSAH, TWENE 
MERRIFIELD, CHRIS R. 
MERRIHEW, RAYMOND V. 
MERRITT, ANGELIA 
MERRITT, WILLIAM G. 
MESA, ANA I. 
MESSAIKE, BASSAM Y. 
MESSINA, ANNE M. 
MESSINA, DAVID J. 
MESSINA, JOHN A. 
MESSINA, JULIE M. 
MESSINA, MARIAT 
MEUNIER, MATTHEW E. 
MEYER, JOAN A. 
MEYER, LINDA M. 
MEYER, LORI A. 
MEYER, RANDALL J. 
MEYER, THOMAS J. 
MEYERS, JASON B. 
MICHEL, RICKY A. 
MIGLIO, PANDORA A. 
MILANES, LUCIE M. 
MILES, INGRID C. 
MILES, JENNIFER J. 
MILICI, ANN A. 
MILLER, CATHY E. 
MILLER, CHRISTINE 
MILLER, CHRISTINE A. 
MILLER, CRAIG A. 
MILLER, DARREN E. 
MILLER, JOHN M. 
MILLER, KURT M. 
MILLER, LISA A. 
MILLER, LOREN ENGEL 
MILLER, LORRAINE B. 
MILLER, MICHAEL T.D. 
MILLET, LEANDRE M. 
MILLET, RICHARD M. 
MILLIGAN, NORA 
MILLING, KIM 
MILONE, KIM L. 
MILTENBERGER, CHRISTIAN 

M. 
MINYARD, MYNETTE 
MIRABELLA, MICHAEL S. 
MIRE, BRENDA E. 
MIRE, LAURIE A. 
MIRE, MARK C. 
MIRLENBRINK, KATHLEEN 

M. 
MIRO, FRANCIS G. 
MITAL, ANITA M. 
MITCHELL, CLARENCE III 
MITCHELL, KRISTY 
MITCHELL, LESLIE 
MITCHELL, LINDA A. 
MITTERNIGHT, LISA 
MLADENOFF, MARCIO A. 
MOHAMED, SAMIRA L. 
MOHAMED YUNUS, ADINOR 
MOHD SANI, ZAHID 
MOHD SOM, YUSNl 
MOHD YUSOF, ROSIZAN 
MOLAISON, JACQUES L. 
MOLENAAR, SALLY A. 
MOLL, KAREN L. 
MOLLERE, CHERYL S. 
MOLLERE, MONTE T. 
MONACO, JENNIFER 
MONAHAN, ALLISON L. 
MONETT, STEPHEN R. 



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MONGIOVI, LAURA A. 
MGNIER, JEAN M. 
MONIER, MICHAEL G. 
MONROE, COLLEEN 
MONSANTO, YURA A. 
MONTAGNET, MARNIE A. 
MONTANEZ, AGUSTIN 
MONTENEGRO, MIREYA M. 
MONTES, DE OCA, EDUARDO 
MONTZ, BRIAN M. 
MOONEY, DONNA M. 
MOODY, RICHARD A. 
MOORE, COLLEEN A. 
MOORE, ERIN MARIE 
MOORE, JANICE L. 
MOORE, JULIE 
MOORE, KIM E. 
MOORE, WANDA M. 
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MORALES, MARIA C. 
MORALES, MARIANNE E. 
MORAN, MICHELLE T. 
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MORENO, JAIME A. 
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MORGAN, DEIRDRE L. 
MORGAN, PAMELA A. 
MORGAN, REBECCA A. 
MORGAN, SALLY B. 
MORICE, NATCHEZ 
MORRIS, STEPHEN B. 
MORRIS, THERESA A. 
MORRISON, EMILY S. 
MORSE, CONCHETTA J. 
MORTIKA, MARY B. 
MORTILLARO, THOMAS A. 
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MOSCONA, GEORGE C. 
MOSER, CATHY L. 
MOSES, PAULA Y. 
MOSIER, KATHERINE E. 
MOSLEY, LANCE G. 
MOSS, STEPHANIE J. 
MOUSA, TARK 
MOYA, KARL 
MOYER, TIMOTHY J. 
MOZINGO, ANTHONY A. 
MUCKERMAN, MARK E. 
MULLEN, MARK E. 
MULLER, GRETCHEN M. 
MULLIGAN, EDWARD D., Ill 
MULLIN, HAROLD M. 
MULLINS, MARK A. 
MULLINS, SUSI H. 
MUMME, STEPHANIE A. 
MUNSON, SHIRLEY T. 
MURO, BRADLEY M. 
MURPHY, ELIZABETH M. 
MURPHY, HILLARY T. 
MURPHY, JOHN G. 
MURPHY, LAURA D. 
MURPHY, LYNNE M. 
MURPHY, MICHAEL J. 
MURPHY, MICHAEL L. 
MURPHY, SHEILA A. 
MURPHY, WILLIAM J. 
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MURRAY, HEATHER B. 
MURRAY, MICHAEL L. 
MURRELL, ERIC L. 
MURRELL, PAMELA L. 
MUSSER, KATHY A. 
MUSTAFA, HALIMATUS 

SADIAH 
MUTH, PHILIP C. 
MYER, MICHELLE 



MYERS, LYNNE 
MYERS, MARK H. 
MYSING, CHRIS 
NAGY, LARRY JR. 
NANNI, TRAGI L. 
NAPIER, HEATHER A. 
NAPOLITANO, JAY M. 
NASH, FOSTER P. Ill 
NASIR, JAMILAH 
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NEIDER, DAVID J. 
NERET, ALEJANDRA MARIA 
NESSLER, DENNIS P. 
NESTA, JOANN M. 
NETSCH, KAREN 
NETSKY, MICHAEL J. 
NEUBERGER, NANCY A. 
NEUMAYER, MARK A. 
NEWMEYER, VICKY G. 
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NEWCOME, CATHERINE S. 
NEWTON, WARREN SANFORD 
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NGUYEN, XUANTHU THI 
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OLSON, PAULA 
OLUBADEWO, NIKE T. 
OLVERA, JOHN 



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PACO, TIMOTHY G. 
PAGANO, RENEE 
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PALAU, MAURICIO 
PALEN, SUSAN K. 
PALERMO, JOSEPH P. 
PALERMO, PAUL 
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PANTALEO, MICHAEL R. 
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PARKER, MICHAEL 
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PATERSON, MARY L. 
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PELIAS, MARY 
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PELLMAN, RICARDO 
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PENEGUY, MARK E. 
PENICHET, MARIANNE F. 
PENNISON, CHRISTOPHER R. 
PEPERONE, VINCENT K. 



PERALTA, JOSE R. 
PEREZ, CHRISTOPHER L. 
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PEREZ, EDUARDO S. 
PEREZ, ELIZABETH M. 
PEREZ, GRIZELLE E. 
PEREZ, MICHAEL J. 
PEREZ-GUTIERREZ, GUSTAVO 

J. 
PERNICIARO, ANTHONY P. 
PERRAULT, JACKSON 
PERRAULT, SABRINA M. 
FERRET, SALLY A. 
PERRILLOUX, SCOTT M. 
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PERRY, CHAUNDRA D. 
PERRY, GERALD, JR. 
PERSICH, DAVID P. 
PERTUIT, MARY T. 
PETERS, JURGEN A. 
PETERSEN, SARA 
PETERSON, ANN E. 
PETREIKIS, RODNEY C. 
PETRI, MATT W. 
PETROLINE, LINDA M. 
PETROVICH, MALA 
PETRUCCELLI, TRACY ANN 
PETTIT, TINA D. 
PEYCHAUD, SUZETTE 
PFEFFERLE, RENE J. 
PFEIFER, BRIAN 
PFISTER, RAYNETTE M. 
PHAM, TRANG M. 
PHEMISTER, JENNIFER L. 
PHILLIPPI, KATHRINE M. 
PHILLIPS, DARRYL M. 
PHILLIPS, JULIE L. 
PHILLIPS, MARIA R. 
PHILLIPS, MORRIS H. 
PHILLIPS, PACKARD E. 
PHILLIPS, PAULA L. 
PHILLIPS, SCOTT 
PHILPOTT-HILL, KATHRYN E. 
PHIPPS, EVANTHEA 
PHIPPS, ROGER D. 
PICARD, NANCY H. 
PICHON, LARRY E. 
PICKERING, KENNETH E. 
PIERCE, CAROL M. 
PIERCE, TONYA M. 
PIERCE, TRICIA M. 
PIERRE, CHARMAINE 
PIERSON, JAMES P. 
PIETY, WILLIAM H. 
PIETROGALLO, DIANA 

BUDRESKI 
PIGLIA, THERESA M. 
PILIE, GAY M. 
PILIE, MONIQUE 
PINEDA, MIRNA I. 
PISANI, DONNA 
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POLIZZI, CHRISTOPHER L. 
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POWELL, DANNA L. 
POWELL. MARC E. 
POWELL, MARY S. 
POWERS, SEAN P. 
PRADO, RICKY R, 
PRADOS, DAVID M. 
PRAMANN, CYNTHIA A. 
PREMOCK, LISA M. 
PRENDERGAST, STEPHEN 
PRESLEY, BUDDY B. 
PREVOST, MAURICE 
PRICE, RAYNEE M. 
PRICE, SARAH D. 
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PRINCE, ERVIN L. 
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PRUDHOMME, CARA M. 
PRYOR, CHRISTI 
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PUCHOT, BARBARA T. 
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QUINN, REGINA R. 
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QUIRK, BRIAN 
QURESHI, LORETTA D. 
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RABALAIS, RALPH T. 
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RAPPACCIOLI, VINCENTE 
RATHER, LISA M. 
RAYAN, ARPUTHARAJ 
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REACHMACK, TIMOTHY J. 
REBENNACK, ALBERT J. 
RECASNER, GINA M. 
REDDINGER, KAREN 
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REDDY, MANJU P. 
REDFEARN, SUZANNE 
REDMAN, ROBERT 
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REDMANN, GLENDA A. 
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REDMANN, MARIA G. 
REDMANN, TERESITA 
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REED, MICHAEL S. 



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REILLY, JOHN D. 
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REITMAN, LISA S. 
RENFRO, STEPHANIE 
RENICK, JOHN T. 
REPPEL, LOREEN P. 
RESO, JEROME 
RESO, PHILIP E. 
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REVIERE, KARL A. 
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REYES, MICHELLE M. 
REYNOLDS, CHARLES P. 
REYNOLDS, LAURA L. 
REYNOLDS, NATHAN A. 
RHIAN, LLOYD E. Ill 
RHOADES, KENNETH 
RHODES, BRENDA G. 
RIBANDO, ANDREA L. 
RIBANDO, THOMAS L. 
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RICHARD, MICHAEL X. 
RICHARD, WADE P. 
RICHARDS, BRUCE J. 
RICHARDS, ELVIGE C. 
RICHARDS, MARIANNE C. 
RICHARDS, RICK C. 
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RICHARDSON, KATY 
RICHARDSON, KIMBERLY A. 
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RILEY, PATRICK M. 
RIOPEDRE, JORGE A. 
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RISSER, DONALD J. 
RITTER, MARK A. 
RIVAS, MICHAEL G. 
RIVERA, ARNULFO 
RIVERA, GLENDA L. 
ROBELO, INDIANA 
ROBERSON, KELLY M. 
ROBERTS, MARIA H. 
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ROBERTSON, KIRSTEN C. 
ROBERTSON, MYRAM 
ROBERTSON, ROSLYN L. 
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM B. 
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ROBICHAUX, RANDY P. 
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ROBINSON, ANITA R. 
ROBINSON, MARTIN E. 
ROBINSON, REBECCA M. 
ROBINSON, RICHARD 
ROBINSON, SUSAN H. 
ROBINSON, VALERIE M. 
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ROCHE, ROGER A. 
ROCHE, THOMAS 
RODENBECK, DENA 
RODI, SHARON R. 
RODNEY, BRETT N. 
RODRIGUE, DONNA M. 
RODRIGUEZ, EDWARD N. 
RODRIGUEZ, ELIETH E. 



RODGIGUEZ, GUSTAVO A. 
RODRIGUEZ, JESUS JR. 
RODRIGUEZ, NELLIS T. 
RODGIGUEZ, PAUL D. 
ROE, CHRISTINE 
ROE, JULIE A. 
ROGER, YVETTE M. 
ROGERS, DAVID 
ROJAS, KAREN A. 
ROJAS, MARIA 
ROLFES, THOMAS J. 
ROMAIN, MICHAEL R. 
ROMANOW, JOHN 
ROMERO, MICHAEL 
ROMERO, MONICA 
RONIGER, DOROTHY A. 
ROONEY, TIMOTHY P. 
ROOT, RICHARD 
ROPER, PAUL M. 
RORAFF, ARTHUR JR. 
RORISON, STANFORD S. 
ROSALES, RAUL X. 
ROSEN, JANET 
ROSENTEL, KIM A. 
ROSMAN, MARIATON 
ROSSER, KELLI M. 
ROSSINI, TIMOTHY 
ROTHACKER, ROBERT A. 
ROURKE, RANDALL P. 
ROUX, MATILDE I. 
ROUZAN, GWENDOLYN 
ROVIRA, KLAR A. IV 
ROWBATHAM, ALVIN D. 
ROY, EILEEN K. 
ROY, JEANNE 
ROY, JOSEPH B. 
ROY, JOSEPH F. 
ROY-DANUCHI, JOANN 
ROYES, CHUCK P. 
RUCKMAN, GEORGE F. 
RUE, STEPHEN R. 
RUEL, ROBERT E. 
RUF, KAREN E. 
RUIZ, CRISTINA 
RUIZ, RONALD 
RUIZ VELASCO, ALEJANDRO 
RULI, JANET M. 
RULI, THOMAS M. 
RUMFELLOW, GLENN T. 
RUSSELL, HOPE A. 
RUSSO, ALBERT D. 
RYAN, SHARON L. 
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SAAFI, ANISHA 
SABARUDIN, NOOR ANISAH 
SABRIER, JULES G. 
SACCO, TIM J. 
SAFT, MARK H. 
SAGERS, KATHLEEN M. 
SALADRIGAS, CHRISTINE M. 
SALASSI, GERARD 0. 
SALATICH, MARY T. 
SALDANA, JOSE A. 
SALINGRE, MICHELE S. 
SALOOM, LEANNE I. 
SALVAGGIO, ANTHONY J. 
SALVATORE, MICHELE A. 
SALZER, DOUGLAS 
SAMS, LEWIS O. 
SAMJEL, CHRISTOPHER 
SANCHEZ, CARLOS J. 
SANCHEZ, HAZEL A. 
SANCHEZ, IVETTE S. 
SANCHEZ, LORI E. 
SANCHEZ, RODERICK C. 
SANCHEZ, SOFIA M. 
SANDEL, DEANNE E. 
SANDERS, PATRICK 



SANDERSON, TAMARA 
SANDIFER, CHRISTOPHER W. 
SANFORD, MICHAEL P. 
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SANTINI, MANUEL 
SANTONI, CHRISTINE 
SARACENO, VICTOR J. 
SARPY, ELLIOTT D. 
SARRAT, ALFRED A. 
SARRIA, GONZALO 
SARTOR, FRED W, JR. 
SASSER, INA K. 
SAUCIER, MARIE L. 
SAUX, STEPHANIE C. 
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SAVOY, MICHELLE R. 
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SAWYER, GLENDA 
SAYAS, HERBERT L. Ill 
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SCHARFF, AARON R. Ill 
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SCURRIA, SALVADOR 
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SERBER, RYAN D. 
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SHARP, MARY E. 
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SHEA, SCOTT P. 
SHEARMAN, BRIAN G. 
SHELBY, MARY M. 
SHELTON, CONSTANCE H. 
SHELTON, TERESA D. 
SHERIDAN, MARK 
SHERRITT, CRAIG 
SHETTY, POORNIMA 
SHIELDS, JAMES E. 
SHIPP, ROBERT M. 
SHORE, PAUL J. 
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SHORTER, DANEETA L. 
SHORTER, SCOTT A. 
SHUSTER, MARYLEE 
SIEBERT, EDWARD J. SJ 
SIEFKEN, MARY L. 
SIEGEL, CHRISTOPHER P. 
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SIGL, GLENN T. 
SIKORSKY, CRELL A. 
SILBERNAGEL, ERIC M. 
SILVA, ROBERT 
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SIME, MICHAEL 
SIMMONS, DELATOR 
SIMON, CAROL L. 
SIMON, CRISTIN M. 
SIMON, PAULETTE 
SIMON, VIVIAN R. 
SIMONEAUX, CHARLES K. 
SIMONEAUX, COLLINS 

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SIMPSON, THOMAS 
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SINGH, TERLOK 
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SLADE, JEFFREY E. 
SLATER, COURTNEY 
SLAUGHTER, CAROLYN 
SMALL, MARCHELLE 
SMALLEY, JAMES 
SMILEY, WILLIAM C. 
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TODT, ANNEMARIE 
TOME, MARIA 
TONTI, MICHAEL T. 



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TORRES, JOE 
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TRAPOLIN, MILES G. 
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TSCHIRN, LEIGH ANN 
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VELARDE, JORGE 
VELAZQUEZ, FERNAND 
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WIEDEMANN, KARL 



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WOODS, RHEA 
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ZHANG, YANHUI 
ZIBILICH, YVONNE T. 
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ZIMMERMAN, JANE P. 
ZINDEL, JON W. 
ZINGLO, JULIE C. 
ZITLER, JUSTIN A. 
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SO 


JR 


•^ -:^;: ^ ^^ 


GR/L 



Yusof ABD-Rashid F 
Margarita Arango 
Wendell Armant 
Diana Baker 



Miriam Barrios 

Angela Bartush 

Jeannine Bergeron 

Lisa Billeandean 



Bruce Boucree 

David Boudreaux 

Michael Bourg 

Kimberly Browning 



Marc Buller 

Robert Bullington 

Valerie Burton 

Donia Byrnes 



Sandra Carp 

Shellond Chester 

E.C. Christenberry 

Nancy Cockrum 




66 



GR/L 




JR 


SO 


FR 




Rhonda Coignet 
David Crais 
Janet Crawford 
Rodney Cressionnie 



Kevin Cronin 
Peggy Crutchfield 
Kai Cunningham 
David Dadukian 



Leesa DeVay 
Janice Dockens 
Mary Duffy 
Dianne Duncan 



Carmen Eden 
Rhonda Egana 
Terry Englert 
Viviana Escalona 



Maria Estevez 
Tracy Everson 
Rosa Fazio 
Betsy Fischer 



87 



FR SO JR W^GR/L 



Lydia Fontana 

Deborah Ford 

Cynthia Freeman 

JuUe Fritz 



Martin Fuller 

Margarita Garcia 

Cesily Guimont 

Joseph Guarino Jr. 



Jerry Hall 

Lome Hall 

Jeannine Hampton 

Ernest Harrison Jr. 



Carol Hartney 

Dennis Holmes 

John Huguley IV 

Martha Interiano 



Ruby Jackson 
Marian Jagers 
Bryan Jimener 




88 



GR/L 




JR 


SO 


FR 




Billie .Johnson 
Olxa Johnson 
Helaina Jolly 
Judith Jones 



Lynnette Judge 
Kenneth Krizan 
Susan Leal 
Adelle LeJeune 



Craig LeNormand 
Domingo Lopez 
Hazel Love 
Brucella Lovince 



Thomas Lovince 
Wendy Makofsky 
Jacquelyn Markey 
Missy McCook 



Thomas McLean 
Lucy McMellan 
Maureen McSweeney 
Joan Meyer 



89 



FR 


SO 


JR 




GR/L 



Matthew Miller 
Heather Murray 
Lt. Tina Nelson 
Barbara Nielsen 



Lester Parmenter 

Roda Paul 

Jeanne Paw 

Marv Pechuls 



Dennis Potts pj 
Andreas Preuss ll 
Timothy Prosser 
Cristina Ramirez 



Mary Rees 

Margo Rhinehart 

Edward Riehle 

Roger Roche 



Yvonne Rodriguez 

Joan Rondeno 

Carmen Santana 

Denise Sawyer 




90 



GR/L 




JR 


SO 


FR 




Lauren Schexnider 
•John Scheyd 
Sandra Schcif 
Donald Schoiiest 



\'incent Scorsone 
Mike Shea 
Charles Simmons 
Tina Sonnier 



Debra Spears 
Dale Standiter 
•lana Steiiigreaher 
Michelle St. Romain 



Catherine Sypiiiewski 
Dean Terrebonne 
l.ila Vijil 
Debbie Villa 



Kobert Waldron 
Mmnette Wallace 
David Wei^el 
Olelia Weston 



91 



FR 


SO 


JR 




GR/L 



Brin Williams 
Ena Zabaneh 
Justin Zitler 




-^aBHpr 




Schoo 

Jurii 



Danna Marie Acker 
J. Kenneth Adams 
Diana Therese Adamski 
Mauri A. Agosta 
Mary Elizabeth Akin 
Lora Alexander 
Fernando J. Alvarez 
'Robert S. Angelico 
Jeffery B. Arnold 
Marsha C. Austtun 
Gregory B. Badeaux 
Armando R. Baralt 
Robert E. Barsley, D.D.S. 
Jill N. Benoit 
Michael Joey Bernard 
Grette E. Bieber 
Brenda Braud Birner 
Tracy Roberts Bishop 
James A. Blanco 
Lauren A. Blank 
•*Carole Gallagher Boggs 
Patricia M. Boos 
Vincent Lee Bowers 
Mark L. Bowling 
Terrill W. Boykin 
Patrick C. Brayer 
Mary Hartel Brent 
Arthur J. Brewster 
Frank A. Brindisi 
Nyda Suzanne Brook 
John F. Brou 
Michael A. Broussard 
Troy G. Broussard 
Jesse C. Brown 



Cynthia P. Burnette 
George M. Burnett 
Sue Buser 
Mary E. Butler 
James Douglas Caffarel 
Mark Randal Callender 
Susanne M. Cambre 
Gary A. Chisholm 
Daniel A. Claitor 
Kerry W. Cockrell 
Gary A. Cooper 
Thomas J. Cortazzo 
Kathryn Denise Cox 
Elizabeth R. Cravens 
Billie L. Crowe 
R. Brent Cueria 
Susan O. Curran 
Debra Danna 
Thomas C. Delahaye 
Isidro Rene DeRojas 
Denise M. DiRosa 
Dan R. Dorsey 
Nicholas D. Doucet 
John C. Duplantier 
Diana C. Durham 
Frederick H.N. Dwyer 
William H. Eckert 
Susan M. Erlanger 
Marshall Levering Evans 
*James C. Exnicios 
Kentley R. Fairchild 
Craig Ward Famularo 
Vincent W. Farrington, Jr. 
David E. Faure 
Connie S. Ferguson-Rangel 



Pamela G. Ferrage 
Joanne C. Feriot 
A. Mark Flake 
Jean M. Forester 
Susana G. Foster 
Robert M. Francez 
Marguerite P. Freeman 
Ric A. Futerfas 
Sally L Gaden 
Daryl G. Glorioso 
Rosalind O'Brasky Goldberg 
Dorothy L. Graham 
David L. Haik 
Scott E. Hanthorn 
Robert G. Harvey, Sr. 
William McGraw Henican 
George Saleem Hesni II 
Jeffrey P. Hildebrant 
Constance C. Hobson 
Liza D. Hohenschutz 
Linda L. Holmberg 
Cynthia M. Horn 
Christina Marie Ippolito 
Venola L. Johnson 
Matthew L. Jones 
Stephen C. Juan 
Lynnette F. Judge 
Stephanie W. Jumonville 
Gerard M. Karam 
John A. Keller 
Margaret M. Kelly 
Quentin P. Kelly 
Michael P. Kenny 
Victor E. Killory 



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*Cum Laude 
** Magna Cum Laude 



^^ 



SR 



JR 



SO 



FR 




Danelle Broach 

Music 
Bronwen Fitzpatrick 

Law 
Gennie Marquez 

Arts & Science 



David McBride 

Law 
Vincent Nwafor 

Business 



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graduates 

)f Law 

)octor 



Kimberly A. Koko 
Cynthia L. Knight 
Madeleine M. Landrieu 
Anita T. Lechner 
Richard P. Lemmler, Jr. 
Andrew A. Lemmon 
Chung-Hung Liou 
William C. Lozes 
Jeffery M. Lynch 
Michael T. Mahoney 
Colleen Anne Maier 
Paul C. Many 
James A. Marchand, Jr. 
Karen M. Martin 
Dale J. Massarini 
Gwen A. Matthis 
Elizabeth Z. McGrath 
Julia P. McLellan 
A. Kirk Menard 
W. Gregory Merritt 
David J. Messina 
Randall J. Meyer 
John M. Miller 
Nancy C. Miranda 
Michael G. Monier 
Kim Elizabeth Moore 
Marianne E. Morales 
John R. Morello 
Emily S. Morrison 
Thomas S. Morse 
Jay Michael Napolitano 
Martin J. Nussbaum, Jr. 
Jude L. Odinet 
Charles "Barry" Ogden 



Steven Dow Oliver 

Jill L. Ondrejko 

David W. O'Quinn 

Lawrence Ozenberger 

Joseph P. Palermo III 
*Joni Namara Parent 

Lester L. Parmenter 

Andrew S. Pellar 

Scott M. Perrilloux 

Mary Elizabeth T. Pertuit 

Rene J. Pfefferle 

Donna Bossier Phillips 

Larry E. Pichon 

Vicki E. Picou 

Wally K. Porter 

Marc E. Powell 

Frank A. Principe 

Barbara T. Puchot 

Edward J. Puneky, Jr. 

Molly J. Puneky, Jr. 

Regina R. Quinn 

Rodney A. Ramsey 

Albert J. Rebennack 

Glenda M. Redmann 

Joseph T. Regard III 

Donald J. Risser 

Mark A. Ritter 

Carl W. Robicheaux 
•Richard Robinson 

Edward A. Ross 

Leanne I. Saloom 

Marianne Rachel Samuels 

Hazel A. Sanchez 

Edward W. Schmoll 

Daniel Mark Schneioer 



Edward Paige Sensenbrenner 

T. Darlene Bewley Shelton 

Collins R. Simoneaux 

T. Justin Simpson 

Michele M. Smith 
*Oswald P. Sobrino 

Grady M. Spears 

Joan F. Tellez 

Brian L. Thompson 

Jude H. Trahant, Jr. 

Miles G. Trapoin 

Jack E. Truitt 

Billie M. Tully 
*Michael Stephen van Dyke 

Deborah A. Van Meter 

Cheryl L. Vaughan 

Barry P. Vice 

John Luke Walker 

George C. Wallace, Jr. 

Alison Wallis 

Lawrence D. Ward, Jr. 

Laura A. Watkins 

Francine Weaker 

Virginia Elizabeth Weichert 

William D. Wellons 

Morgan J. Wells, Jr. 

Karl Wiedemann 

Dawn A. Wilkinson 

Judith M. Wilkinson 

Dale E. Williams 

Betty J. Willingham 
'Dorothy Hudson Wimberly 

Barbara R. Wood 

Justin A. Zitler 



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Graduate Division 

Master Of Education 



Rosario Barrios 
Elizabeth Colon Brett 
Janis Fischer Eidson 
Mary Hope Lyles 



Karen McLaughlin Pique 
Carla DiFulco Seyler 
Luz Story 
Debra Moran Vanderhorst 



Master Of Business Administration 



William Joseph Andrieu 
Queen O.H. Anieze-Smith 
T. Michael Barnhill 
Dorothy McRae Bellocq 
Bennie Lewis Burroughs 
Angela Marie Delaune 
Barbara Carol Dwyer 
Sinforiano J. Echeverria 
Marjorie Meyer Frederic 
Patricia Smith Hebert 
Carol Jennie Reed 
Henderson 



Jeffrey Paul Hildebrant 
Harry Wayne Hunt 
Lawrence Henry Iverson III 
Deborah A. Jackson 
Sharon Ann Kilian 
Sharon Anne Linnick 
Raymond L. Manci 
Sheila Faye Matte 
David James Maurin 
Martha McGraw-Hamilton 
David John Messina 
Juan Carlos Morales 



Marcucci 
Jaime Alfredo Moreno 

Soundy 
Raul AJ. Navarro 
Constantine Frank Nicoladis 
Michael Todd Norton 
William Charles Pfefferle 

III 
Elizabeth Frances Pizzati 
Charles Callais Rau, Jr. 
Mary Frances Scanlon 
Gary Bruce Silbert 



William Barry Sims 
Mamie Hanna Sterkx 
Humberto A. Suazo 
John William Usner 
Agnes R. Velez 
Donald Gerard Winchester 
Susan Marie Winchester 
Scott E. Woodward 
Celia M. Woten 



Master Of Music 



Timothy Joseph Aucoin 
Helen MacKellar Bradburn 



Dawn Lauren Horst 



Master Of Music Education 



Cheryl Durand Dupont 



Brendolyn Miller McKenna 



Master Of Arts 

Edgar Paul Dragon 

Master Of Pastoral Studies 



Teresa Joan Degen 

John E. Eaves 

Keith Mark Faul 

Susan Lee Grosse 

Olive Bernadette Keenan 

Patricia McDonough Klosky 



Cristina Maria Logan- 
Truman 
Daniel Bennett McCormiek 
Mary G. Millitello Miller 
Janice Rose Putvin 
Mary Jane Reardon 



Peter Francis Roycraft 
Mary Teresa Starr 
Ramona K. Stonecipher 
Curtiss J. Talley 
Geraldine Marie Taulman 
Judith Drabek Thais 



Donna Powers Vanchiere 
Joseph Emile Vidrine 
Kathryn Smith Ward 
John P. White 



Master of Religious Education 



Rose Mary V. Acosta 
Hazel Hoelscher Anderson 
Anne Recelia Bellow-Jacobs 
Natalie Teresa Bradley 
Max Harrell Brown 
Myra Bordelon Burson 
Margaret McGuigan 



Carignan 
Esther Alexander Cenac 
Anna Riley Champion 
Denise Jo Clarke 
Ruth Elaine Danielski 
James Thomas Degen 
Patricia Ann LeBlanc 



Fountenot 
Carole Lingel Ginzl 
Carolyn Jean Gore 
Eileen Catherine Hivner 
Julie M. Huffman 
Judy Fontenot Lavergne 
Jo Cele McEnany 



Peggy Parker Perret 
Dolores Pfannes 
Rita Lucas Raniszewski 
Carolyn C. Tamboli 
Cynthia Ann Thomas 
Teri Kay Willett 



Master Of Science In Biological Sciences 



Seth Louis Strauss 



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Master Of Science In Teaching General Science 

Olive Edna Marie McCloud Ann Marie Duplessis McCray Maria Cabrina Thompson 

Master Of Science In Teaching Chemistry 

Lemona Hayes Ciiandler Robert Richard Schlumbrecht III 

Master Of Science In Teaching Mathematics 

Glenda Peterson Dorsey Rosalyn Stewart Smith 

College Of Arts And Sciences 

Bachelor Of Arts 



**Darren Emile AUine 
Mitchell Gerard Ansardi 
Lillian Rose Asaro 
*Charles Michael Barhier 
Mary Theresa Barrett 
Virginia Ann Baumann 
Jeannine Kathryn 
Bergeron 

Timothy Franklin 
Bethune 

Sven Oliver Bonke 
David Gregory 
Boudreaux 

Karen Elizabeth Boyer 
'Daniel Paul Bradley — 
Presidential Scholar 
Mary Anne Brady 
Richard Frederic 
Brohamer II 
Kimberly Dawn 
Browning 

Marc Daniel Buller 
John William Bunker 
Ann Marie Caballero 

**Mary Katherine Caffrey 
— Presidential Scholar 

**Marc Lee Carter 

Mary Catherine Casente 
Michelle Mary Cassisa 
Iraida Dolores Castillo 
*Daniel Castro, Jr. 
Jeffrey P. Chappuis 
Patrick Joseph Charles 
Timothy James Michael 
Cody 

Rhonda Ann Coignet 
Ellen Elizabeth 
Cominskey 
*Gregory Conerly 
Andrea Garza Cortez 
Kevin J. Cronin 
Mary Beth Cross 
Maria-Rowena Macareg 
Cruz 

Alejandrina Cuadra 
Leesa Joan de Vay 
John Charles DelCorral 
Keith Michael Detweiler 
Noelle Michelle 
Duetscher 

Janice Denise Dockens 
Ruth Anne Domboski 
Shannon O'Shay DriscoU 
Kathleen Anne Duffy 
Mary Patricia Duffy 
*Samantha Dulaney 
Tara Leigh Duncan 
Terrence Michael Dunn 
Maria Dolores Estevez 



Yvette Eskinde 
Eric W. Eyre 
Patricia Sophia Ferrera 
Catherine Ann Foley 
Charmaine Pia Forti 
Courtney Conrad Friend 
*John Steven Fulmer 
Mary Beth Gabriel 
Maria Isabel Gagnier 
Michael Lawrence 
Garvey 
Rene Garza 

Malissa Marie Elizabeth 
Gaspard 

*Krysti Marcelle 
Gaunthier — 
Presidential Scholar 
Anjanette Celeste 
Gonzalez 
Mary Katherine 
Gonzalez 

Elizabeth Emory Greene 
Jill St. Romain Greene 
Rebecca Carol Grenn 

♦**Marc Sebastian Guidry 
Cesily Deanne Guimont 
Mark Edward Habert 
Mary Keenan Hattrich 
Deidre Denise Hayes 
Willie Hayes, Jr. 
Arthur John Hidalgo IV 
Julia Catherine Hoffman 
Erik Christopher Hosch 
Wendy Elizabeth 
Hubbell 

Jaime Lynne Hughes 
Sheila Elizabeth Anne 
Hughes 

John Wesley Huguley IV 
Stephen Raymond 
Hunter 

Ginger Marie Hymel 
Sharon Greenberg Jacobs 
Julie Kaye James 
Bryan John Jimenez 
Olga Emma Johnson 
Judith Ann Jones 
Mary Kathleen Joyce 
Carolyn Fletcher Jung 
Ernest Vincent Kaulbach 

*** Jerry Dean Killingsworth 
— Presidential Scholar 
Mary Deborah Kisling 
Robert E. Koch 
David Joseph Kramer 
Michael Christopher 
LaBonia 

***Susan Elizabeth Leal 
Edward Lee Lofton 



Lucius Antione Martin 
John Jay Martinez, Jr. 
Flint Michael Mathes 
***Gregory Paul Maurin 
***Helen Male McCaffrey 
*Roseanna McCleary 
Donna Marie Boudreaux- 
McKnight 
***Thomas Edward McLean 
LaMinda Mary 
McMillan 

Ellen Jane Methven 
Scott James Montz 
Bibbian Moran 
Robert Stephen Thomas 
Munsell 

Shawn Marie Murray 
Robert J. Mykoff 
Lt. Tina Marie Nelson 
Barbara Lorraine Nielsen 
Therese Marie 
Pappalardo 
Robert Albert Pascal 
* 'Jeanne Adele Pavy — 
Presidential Scholar 
Lisbeth Andrea Philip 
•Richard Phillips 
Melissa Ann Phipps 
Laura Jean Pinter 
Dennis McShane Potts 
Andreas Armin Preuss 
Timothy Joseph Prosser 

— Presidential Scholar 
Yvette Narcile Prouet 
Mary Josephine Quinn 
Rita Yamile Quintero 
Christina Ramirez 
Darrin Quinn Ranklin 
Virginia Rankin 
Mary Elizabeth Rees 

'Helen Anne Regis — 
Presidential Scholar 
'Robert Gregory Reich 
Susan Michele Reyes 
Edward Carl Riehle 
'"Renee Brigitte 
Robichaux 

Yvonne Marie Rodriguez 
"'David Anthony Rome 
Joan Deneen Rondeno 
'Stephen John Roppolo 

— Presidential Scholar 
Antonia Rae Roraff 
Lisa Ann Rose 
Susan Marie Ryan 
Victoria Ann Salloum 
Michael San Miguel 

'Rene Edward Sanchez 
"Angelle Marie Sander 

A 



Lauren Ann Schexnider 

Therese Koszarek 

Schneider 

David L. Schoenbrun 

'"Donald James Schouest, 
Jr. 

Michael Leonard Shea 
David Bernard Simmons 
Yolanda Lynn Singleton 
Virginia Erwin Sirera 
Michelle Marie Slocum 
Margaret Elizabeth 
Smirnoff 

Bonnie Francis Smith 
Kimberly Anne Smith 
Tina Simone Sonnier 
Karen Elizabeth Spalitta 
Karen Melissa Spikes 
♦Michelle Alice St. 
Romain 

Elizabeth Agnes Steil 
Jana Marie Steingreaber 
Darrell Erwin Sullivan 
Delia Virginia Swanner 
Carol June Swindler 
Kathryn Suzanne Talbot 
'Mary Frances Taormina 
Monica Celeste Thomas 
Joan Hammond 
Thompson 

Katherine Marie Todd 
Yolanda Torres 
Christopher John 
Trosclair 

'"Eva Helena Urbanowicz 
— Presidential Scholar 
Yolanda Valdivia 
Paul A. VanGeffen 
Leonard Joseph 
Vangilder 

Pia Hubertha Van Heel 
Georgia Laigh VanSand 
Scott M. Verret 
'Frank Vivero 
Kelly Maureen Wielch 

"'Rebecca Marie 
Westerlund — 
Presidential Scholar 
Karen Wiedemann 
Brin LaCondance 
Williams 
Karen Helaine Williams 
Tia Marise Williams 
Rachele Kathleen V,"ilsoi 
Myra Jean Wooden 




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Bachelor Of Science 




Ali Mohammad 

Alghamdi 
**Anthony Michael 

Alleman 
Presidential Scholar 
Jose Rene Archaga 
Miriam Kim Barrios 
Tina Marie Bergez 
*Lisa Ann Boling 
Bruce A. Boucree 
'Gregory Mark Boudreaux 
Marissa del Carmen 

Burgos 
Sandra Paula Carp 
Kristopher Lee Celeste 
Cara Camille 

Chiappinelli 
O. Peter Childress 
Janet C. Crawford 
**Kenneth James Cruse 
Vincent Hoang Do 
Marceline Marie 

Duckworth 
Rhonda Ann Egana 
Vivian Margarita 

Escalona 
Tracy Marie Everson 
***Lucy Clare-Marie 

Fitzgerald 
William Callard Geffert 
Terese DuPont 

Gullerman 



Craig Meehan Harmon 
Darlene Harris 
Carol Anne Hartney 
Hazel Kathleen Naquin 

Hearty 
Laura Anne Hogh 
Odile Riley Holahan 
* Dennis Ricky Holmes 
Douglas Gregory Hoskins 
Kathie Ann Kopanica 
Kenneth Michael 

LaFrance 
Victor Justin LaGarde 
Laura Marie Legendre 
'Elizabeth Catherine 

LoCoco 
Domingo Jesus Lopez, 

Jr. 
Terry Lynn Makofsky 
Monique Laverne 

Martinez 
Ronald David McNeill 
Maureen McSweeney 
**David Alan Miller 
Presidential Scholar 
'Matthew Kevin Miller 
Sonya Ann Oliver 
Roda Ann Paul 
"Mary Frances Pechuls 
Presidential Scholar 
Rhonda Ann 

Rauschelbach 



Rodney Anthony Ricard 
Deann Marie Rivarde 
Carlos Jose Roa 
Gloria Jean Roberson 

"Dennis Leon Rousseau, 
Jr. 
Thomas Joseph Russell 

"Michael Gardner Russo 
Presidential Scholar 
Beth Licciardi Ryan 
Denise Ann Sawyer 
Jeffrey Scott Sbisa 
*Guy Joseph Schackman 
Sandra Lynn Schof 
Margaret G. Simon 
Kenneth Neal Singleton 
Debra Denise Spears 
Sally Ann Stewart 
Catherine Denise 

Sypniewski 
Teresa Ann Troendle 
Lila Argentina Vijil 
Debra Ann Villa 
Patrick Boyer Virden 
Minnette Marie Wallace 
David Shirk Wiggins, Jr. 
Billie Johnson Williams 
Lolita Maria Williams 



Hugh Aaron Ambeau 
'Dorothy E. Bremer 
Michael Grant Brothers 
Karie Lyn Brown 



College Of Music 

Bachelor Of Music 



Robert Andrew 

Bullington 
Tanya Wynne Campbell 
Gina Denise Forsyth 



Cheryl Ann Joseph 
Kathleen A. Klein 
Diane Michelle Lala 
Elizabeth Ann Miller 



Tracey Elizabeth 
Mitchell 



Bachelor Of Music Education 



Terry Elizabeth 

Ferguson 
Stephen Anthony 

Galliano 



Richard Thomas Gist 
Lisa Gaye Hickey 
Dawn Susanne 
Middleton 



Christopher Lawrence 

Olszyk 
Stacey Velita Thompson 



Olga Ann Marie 
Wegmann 



College Of Business Administration 

Bachelor Of Business Administration 



Rita Suraya Abd. Rashid 
'Patricia Terese Aberle 
Jill Rose Adolph 
Julia Doreen Alexander 
Otis Boniface Alexander 

III 
Albert Field Andre, Jr. 
Wendell Gerald Armant 
'Bonnie Theresa Arton 
Timothy Joseph Babin 
Julie Marie Baudendistel 
Deirdre Kathryn 

Beauchamp 
Jeanne Marie Belmonte 
AUyson Denise Belsome 
Barry John Bischoff 
Katherine Mary Bonino 
"Dorinda Chiappetta 

Bordlee 
Colleen Marie Borne 
Suzanne Elizabeth 

Bourke 
Dawn Elaine Bowman 
April Catherine Brandise 



Guy Steven Burch 
Susan Stephanie Burns 
Valerie Rochelle Burton 
Olga Patricia Busto 
Antonio Vincent Caracci 
Alina del Carmen Casero 
Richard Donald Catoire 
'"Joel Anton Cermak 
Presidential Scholar 
Bradley J. Chauvin 
Shellond Denee Chester 
Kenneth David Clark 
Nancy Anne Cockrum 
Pierre denis de la Rhond 

Coiron 
Alison Colberg 
Marco Aurelio Contreras 

Stueve 
Glenn Alfred Correnti 
'Tina Marie Crawford 
David Mitchell Dadukian 
Pamela Danos Dalgo 
Norzamani Daud 
Kris Elizabeth DeBautte 



Thomas Joseph Derbes 
Christine Marie 

DeRouen 
Prentiss Keith 

Deshautreaux 

Debra Anne Diliberto 
Georgia Michelle 

Douglas 
Duane Kirkland Duclaux 
Diane Duncan 
Robert Moore Ellis 
Joan Barbara Ennis 
Blake Owen Escudier 
Rosa Maria Fazio 

Passanisi 
Kimberly Kay Fernandez 
Betsy Anne Fischer 
Jules August Fontana III 
Lydia Callahan Fontana 
Gregory Cyrus Fuxan 
Victoria Blanche 

Gannett 
James Donald Garvey 



Debra Ann Gonzales 
Marilys Isabel Gonzalez 
Monica Marie Goodreaux 
David Joseph Gregory 
William Alfred Grosz 
Joseph Vincent Guarino, 

Jr. 
Paula Margaret Guillory 
Mohd Rozaiddin 

Hamzah 
Ernest R. Harrison, Jr. 
Clark Anthony Haynes 
Denise Marie Heekin 
Bradford David 

Herchenbach 
Vincent Carl Herrington 
Kathryn Ann Hettwer 
Mark Gerard Holden 
Karen Lynne Hollis 
Elizabeth Jane Huhner 
Luis Isidro Ingles III 
Helaina Bianca Jolly 
Dennis Thomas Joseph 



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Susan Kirby 
Eugene Francis 

Kleinschmidt, Jr. 
Laveria Ann Knowles 
•♦Rebecca Ann Landry 
Craig Ray LeNormand 
Leonard Thomas Lewis 

III 
Arlene Magdalene 

Lombard 
Jose Roberto Lopez U. 
Vincent Gary Loucks 
Hazel M. Love 
**Timothy Sean Madden 
Ninette Lourdes 

Martinez 
John Patrick Mclnerney 
Tawny Lynn Mclntyre 
John Price McNamara 
Zawiah Md. Nor 
Sylvia Karina Menendez 
Elizabeth Maura Messina 
John Anthony Messina 
**Yusni Mohamad Som 



Thomas Louis Moore, Jr. 
Christopher Stephen 

Mottram 
Kevin John Nestor 
Tina Tuyen Nguyen 

"David Alan Nicosia 
Presidential Scholar 
Kimberly Kathleen 

Nuber 
Elizabeth Katherine 

Oakey 
Marie Danielle Owens 
Robert Michael Parent 

"Michael Gerard Park 
Presidential Scholar 
Steven Anthony Piazza 
Colette Maria Pierrez 
James Frederick Policke 
Doris Marie Polk 
Kathleen Sanguinetti 

Pool 
Gary Steven Priest 
Sabariah Ramli 
Yusof Abdul Rashid 



Suzan Nadine 

Richardson 
Elda Mariella Ruiz 
*Zarina Salleh 
*Lynn Marie Salvatore 
Carmen Santana 
Luis Alberto Santiago 
Haidzir Sarih 
Christopher Quintin 

Scafidi 
Michael Steven 

Schneider 
Peter Christopher 

Schneider 
Stephen Henry 

Schonberg 
Samuel John Scillitani, 

Jr. 
Lynette Marie Seraile 
Christopher Howard 

Sherwood 
Emilie Louise Shirer 
Charles W. Simmons 
Lesa Ann Surgi 



Cheryl Lynn Talbert 
Carlo Hugo Tamayo 
♦Theresa Lynn Taylor 
Todd Joseph Tedesco 
Jesus Miguel Telleria 
Lucia Fatima Teran 
Robert Lloyd Torres 
Pamela Kaye Upadhyay 
Maria del Socorro Vijjl 

Mayorga-Cornelia 

Volpe 
Richard Michael 

Waddell 
Robert Frank Waldo 
Nancy Elizabeth Walsh 
Wan Aziah Wan Ahmad 
Linda Mary White 
Karmen Danita Williams 
Laurie Ann Wilson 
Roziah Yahya 
Keiffer Gerard Young 
Mohd-Radzi Bin Yusoff 
Haryati Zainudin 



Bachelor Of Public Administration 



Ivy McKita Bell 



Robin Suzanne Lout 



Lydiamaria Minor 
Thomas 



City College 



Christopher Gerard 
Young 



Nova DeLoach Chapuis 
Jeannine Marie 
Hampton 



Bachelor Of Science In Nursing 



Jovita Marie Lee 
Katheryn Long Moore 



Ramona Lee Moore 
Sandra Kay McSherry 
Waguespack 



Nancy Werner 



Bachelor Of Criminal Justice 



Rodney Louis 

Cressionnie, Jr. 
Cynthia Dianne Freeman 
Alejandro Adolfo 

Gonzalez 



Jerry L. Hall 
Joseph T. Hamilton 
Glen Adam Picard 



Raymond Frey Theriot 
Lori Gail Richardson 
Thomas 
***Craig James Webre 



Bachelor Of Liberal Studies 



Betty Pointer Bankston 
William Conner Bass 
♦Stanley Allan Carignan 



Karen Ann Kiefer 
Brucetta McClue Lovince 



Mary Jane Dalton 
Anna Rose Giangrosso 
Richard Mel House 



Ruby Mims Jackson 
Marian C. Jagers 
Erin Marie Moore 



Bachelor Of Applied Science 



Thomas Lovince 
Michael Raymond 
McGill 



♦Erin Marie Moore 
Kathleen P. Shea 



Awards 



Justino M. Navarro 
Mary Leeonor Diaz 

Ranlett 
Cynthia A. Smith 



Dean Michael 
Terrebonne 
Johanna Lee Trapegnier 



The Arts & Sciences Rev. Percy A. Roy, S.J., Memorial Award Mary Frances Pechuls 

John X. Wegmann Award Rebecca Landry 

Outstanding Senior Music Major Richard^[ai^itza 

City College Dean's Award Qng^l Webre 

The Rev. Louis J. Twomey, S.J., Award Amnony Alleman 




* Cum Laude 
** Suma Cum Laude 
*** Magna Cum Laude 




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Graduation festivities began on 
May 17th with the celebration of 
Baccalaureate Mass. Families and 
friends of the Loyola University 
class of 1987 gathered in the Holy 
Name Church. These solemn mo- 
ments provided time for graduates to 
reminisce about their college exper- 
iences and quietly reflect on their 
plans and goals for the future. This 
visit to the Holy Name Church 
would be the last for many students, 
but these moments will remain spe- 
cial to students, family, faculty and 
friends. 




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Commencement 




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The seventy-sixth commencement 
of Loyola University, New Orleans, 
Louisiana was held on May 18, 1987, 
at 3 p.m. in the Municipal Audito- 
rium. The Most Reverend Philip M. 
Hannan, M.A., S.T.L., J.C.D., D.D., 
Archbishop of New Orleans pre- 
sided. Reverend Ernest J. Burrus, 
S.J. delivered the address. Confer- 
ring of degrees was presided over by 
Reverend James C. Carter, S.J., 
Ph.D. 



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Loyola University At 75 



For 75 years, Loyola University 
has been a major educational asset 
for New Orleans, the area and state. 
Thousands of its alumni have contri- 
buted immeasurably in numerous 
fields of endeavor to the welfare of 
the city, surrounding communities, 
the state and, indeed, the nation. 

Loyola turned 75 Wednesday. Spe- 
cial events in celebration of the anni- 
versary are planned later this month 
and this fall. 

As it enters its 76th year, the Jesu- 
it university on St. Charles Avenue 
remains faithful to its original the- 
ological purpose. At the same time, it 
has grown more progressive while 
continuing to emphasize values, eth- 
ics, and liberal arts. 

Loyola began in 1877 when a few 
Jesuit priests operated the college of 
the Immaculate Conception, a school 
for boys at Baronne and Common 
streets. In 1910, that school was con- 
verted into a high school. Its college 
department was transferred to Loy- 
ola College at the university's pre- 
sent location. 

The St. Charles Avenue site had 
been chosen six years earlier by Rev. 
Albert Biever, Loyola's founder and 
first president. 

In 1912, the college, Loyola has 
grown into a major university whose 
accomplishments and quality of edu- 
cation are widely recognized. 

Today, Loyola possesses a modern 
music and communications complex, 
a new law school campus and a $230 
million endowment, which is the lar- 
gest among the nation's 28 Jesuit 
universities. 



Meanwhile, the kind of basic liber- 
al arts curriculum traditionally of- 
fered by Loyola is gaining new sup- 
port across the nation. Loyola still 
requires each student to take at least 
60 hours of English, mathematics, 
science, religious studies and philos- 
ophy. 

Loyola's enrollment continues to 
grow. Its enrollment of 5,210 last fall 
was the largest in its history. Increas- 
ing numbers of student are taking 
full advantage of the university's lib- 
eral arts curriculum, working toward 
degrees in such subjects as English, 
political science and philosophy. 
Thus Loyola appears to be well pos- 
tioned in the mainstream of higher 
education. 

For its quality education and rea- 
sonable tuition, Loyola has achieved 
national recognition. Because of its 
substantial endowment, it has been 
able to keep its tuition slightly lower 
than the average of other private 
universities. 

For three-quarters of a century, 
Loyola has been one of New Orleans' 
most important institutions of high- 
er education, providing generations 
of graduates the knowledge to im- 
prove their lives and contribute to a 
better world. 

To the university's present ste- 
wards we offer our gratitude and con- 
gratulations. 



The Times Picayune/The States 
Item 



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Organizations 



Cardinal Key 




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Loyola Choral 




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Circle K 




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Data Processing Management Assoc 





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Loyola Grapevine 





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Liaisons 




STANDING: 
KNEELING: 



Ricky Sanchez, David Smith, Paul LeBeau, Daniel Kramer, Mark Dvorak, Duane Darcey, Colin Potts, Jason Caniglia. SEATED/ 
Laura June Frick, Kelly McNeil, Karen Fritz, Missy Young, Yvette Gregoire, Becky Gandolfi, Mari Ann Callais, Marcie Verdin. 



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Resident Assistants 




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FIRST ROW; Monica Thomas, Andrea Ribando, Julie Madere, Julie Fritz, Laura Pintner, Maria Referente, Martha Bascuas, Vivian Gutierrez, Tins 
Sonnier, Ann Marie Crowell, Gabrielle Boudreaux. SECOND ROW: Ed Riehle, Rob Clemenz, Frank Dadabo, Dave Machamara, Mike Powell, Johr 
Legan, David Smith, Chuck Lee, Brian Burke. NOT PICTURED: Mary Hattrich, Beth Akin, Jeanne Pavy, Marissa Burgos, Bonnie Smith, Shelisj 
Gautreaux, Chris Doyle, Jorge' Maderal. 




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Society Of Physics Students 




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Spectrum 





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WLDC Radio 





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Alpha Chi Omega 




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Alpha Delta Gamma 




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eta Phi Alpha 




Theta Phi Alpha is a national pan- 
hellenic Catholic sorority which was 
founded in 1912, on the campus of 
the University of Michigan. Theta 
Phi's can be found participating in a 
variety of campus organizations in- 
cluding the Union, SGA, Campus 
Ministry, LUCAP, Liaisons, aca- 
demic honor societies and many oth- 
ers. 

Besides this busy schedule, the 
Theta Phi's manage to find the time 
to participate in many social activi- 
ties including their annual Hawaii 
Five-0 party, "Ain't Nothin' More 
New Orleans than Theta Phi Alpha 
and Dixie" party, Christmas Cock- 
tail, Spring Formal and Founder's 
Day. 

With all of these activities, Theta 
Phi still managed to maintain the 
highest Greek G.P.A. at Loyola. 

Theta Phi Alpha prides itself on 
being composed of well-rounded, 
unique individuals bound together 
by a strong bond of sisterhood. 





FRONT ROW: Joan Meyer, Marianna de Laneuville, Kim Babin, Lisa Maniscalco, Mary Casente, .Jeanne Re 
Jean Travers. 2nd ROW: Kathy Heavey, Michelle Comeaux, Debbie Oilman. 3rd ROW: Melissa Higgins, Yve 
Vezina, Missy Young, Elizabeth UUo, Trish McGrath, Jennifer Daniels, Margaret Matteson, Ann-Marie Ka 
Mary Fran Pechuls, Elizabeth Boland, Jackie Markey, Sheri Salvagio, Julie Madere, Jeannie Marendt. 4th RO 
Eileen Ansel, Heather Teach, Becky Gandolfi, Toni Cardinal, Annette Tornello, Susan Meyer, Mary Vozzc 
Stacey Ervin, Lisa Livaudais, Donnell Vervack, Sharon Heyd, Laurie D'Antoni, Camille Theriot, Stepha: 
Saux, Danna Powell, Catherine McGough, Candice Pfister, Jenny Fritz, Lori Sanchez, Donna Rodrigue, Chri 
Pryor, MariAnn Callais, Kim Webster and Karen Fritz. 







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Daniels unwind at the Theta Phi Bunny Hop 
fund-raiser held at Shanahan's. Center: The 
girls give a balloon send off in Dixon Court- 
yard after the day's rush activities are over. 
Right: Joan Meyer, Beth DeRouen and Yvette 
Vezina greet rushees during sorority rush. Far 
Right: Jeanne Ross + Jean Travers 



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RONT ROW: David Ingles, Eric Eckholdt, Jim Hotard, Kevin Nestor, Chad Stelly, Sharon Ryan, Connie 
ringas, Kris DeBautte, Christine DeRouen, Mary Casente. 2nd ROW: Tom Pellegrini, Kris Bonhagen, Mike 
[cLachlan, Kenny O'Neil, Jimmy Treuting, Scott Montz, Mike Waddington, Mike Shea, Mike Park. 3rd ROW: 
obert Parent, Rick Simpson, Paul Van Geffen, Tommie Mortillaro, Phil Reso, Gerard Salassi, Gerald Duhon, 
teve Zelenka, Jamie Shields, Pat DeRouen. 4th ROW: Alan Donnes, Brad Chauvin, Steve Roppolo. 




Adhering to its motto of strength, 
unity and action, Loyola's oldest so- 
cial fraternity proved its leadership 
abilities by the pairticipation of its 
members in numerous campus orga- 
nizations and other facets of the Loy- 
ola community. 

Beggars demonstrated its initia- 
tive early on in the school year by 
hosting the first Inter-Greek and 
Moderators party with representa- 
tives and moderators of each Loyola 
Greek organization in attendance. 

Throughout the year, members be- 
longed to organizations such as the 
SGA, Liaisons, Union, IFC, LUCAP, 
Wolf yearbook and many others. 

In the Spring semester, the frater- 
nity participated in the campus-wide 
food drive and collected 1,052 food 
items for the poor and hungry of 
New Orleans. 

In addition to these activities. Beg- 
gars had a full calendar of events in- 
cluding social functions such as the 
alumni cocktail, Back to School 
Blowout, Uncle Sam Jam, Halloween 
party, Fall Semi-Formal, Christmas 
cocktail, Bahama Mama, rush barbe- 
que, rush cocktail, Spring Formal, 
the 1st annual Maw and Paw Jams 
party and mixers with Loyola's so- 
rorities. Beggars teams also partici- 
pated in over ten intramural sports 
including men's flag football and 
basketball in which Beggars teams 
finished as runner-ups. 

The efforts of a strong and success- 
ful rush led to the induction of 18 
new members, each a unique individ- 
ual who has postively contributed to 
the fraternity in his own way. 

The school year was a busy but 
highly productive one for the frater- 
nity, and its membership is proud of 
its accomplishments. 



Above - Left: "Wait'll Otis sees us! He loves 
us!" Center: Susan Ryan and Chris Haas at 
rush cocktail. Far Left: Michele Schulte and 
Clay McGovern have fun at the Pre-Spring 
Break party. Left: President David Trepagnier 
presents alumnus John Glas with a plaque in 
gratitude of his devotion and service to the 
fraternity. 



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Directed by Brother Alexis Gonzales, F.S.C. 
Spring, 1987 



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Fiddler On The Roof 

Conducted by L. Dean Angeles 

Directed by Francine Tuft Peterson 

Fall, 1986 




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"Butterflies Are Free" By Leonard Gersche 

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Winter, 1987 




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"Hotel Paradiso" By George Feydear 



Directed By Brother Alexis Gonzales, F.S.C. 
Fall, 1986 



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Faculty 



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Rev. James C. Carter, S.J. 



University Relations 



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Administrative Faculty 



PRESIDENT 

Rev. James C. Carter, S.J. 

Assistant to the President 
Jane B. Buie 

CAMPUS MINISTRY 

Rev. Neal McDermott, O.D., Dean 

LUCAP 
Alvaro Alcazar, Advisor 

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 

Rev. George F. Lundy, S.J., Interim Vice 
President for Academic Affairs 

Assistant to Academic Vice President 
Kathleen D. Bourgeois 

Assistant to Academic Vice President 
Elizabeth W. Samuels 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 
William W. Eidson, Dean 

Associate Dean 
Claire J. Paolini 

Academic Computing Services 
Allen D. Sparks, Interim Director 

Biological Sciences 
Jagdish M. Upadhyay, Chairman 

Chemistry 

Anthony DiMaggio, III, Chairman 

Common Curriculum 

William W. Eidson, Dean 





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Mathematical Sciences 


CITY COLLEGE 


Antonio M. Lopez, Jr., Chairman 


Associate Dean 


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Medical Technology 


Richard A. Lucore 


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Marie Villere, Chairwoman 




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Military Science 


Education 




Major Herbert Hille, Chairman 


A. Robert Maurice 




Modern Foreign Languages 


Loyola Institute for Ministry 




Robert B. Dewell, Chairman 


Robert A. Ludwig, Director 




New Orleans Review 


COLLEGE OF MUSIC 




John Mosier, Editor 


Associate Dean 




Philosophy 


Edward Kvet 




Rev. Alvin J. HoUoway, S.J., 






Chairman 


Band 

Joseph Hebert, Director 




Physics 






Creston A. King, Jr., Chairman 


Chorale 

Larry D. Wyatt, Director 




Political Science 






Philip Dynia, Chairman 


Music Therapy 
Charles Braswell, Chairman 




Psychology 






Keith W. Jacobs, Chairman 


Preparatory Music 
Janet Swanzy, Director 




Religious Studies 


Elaine Holmes, Coordinator 





Daniel Sheridan, Chairman 

Sociology 

Lydia Voigt, Chairwoman 

Special Studies 

Claire J. Paolini, Associate Dean 

Visual Arts 

William M. Grote, Chairman 



Opera Workshop/Louis J. Roussel 
Performance Hall 
Francine Peterson, Director 

SCHOOL OF LAW 
Thomas H. Sponsler, Dean 

Associate Dean 
James M. Klebba 



Communications 

Larry Lorenz, Chairman 

The Maroon 

Raymond A. Scroth, S.J., Adviser 

The Wolf 

Larry Lorenz, Adviser 

Drama and Speech 
Rev. Ernest C. Ferlita, S.J., Chairman 

Education 

Justin Levitov, Chairman 

English 

Peggy McCormack, Chairwoman 

Film Buffs Institute 
John Mosier, Associate Director 

Greek and Latin Studies 

Rev. Emmett M. Bienvenu, S.J., 
Professor Emeritus 

History 

Bernard A. Cook, Chairman 

Honors Program 
F. Conrad Raabe, Director 



Writing Across the Curriculum 
Harold J. Boehm, Interim 
Coordinator 



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 
John E. Cave, Dean 



Associate Dean 
Michael T. Saliba 

Accounting 
Jesse Barfield, Area Chairman 

Economics, Decision Science and 
Finance 
Jerry W. Dauterive, Area Chairman 

Management, Marketing and Legal 
Studies 
John Folkenroth, Area Chairman 

M.B.A. 
C. Lee Mundell, Graduate 
Coordinator 

Small Business Development Center 
John Folkenroth, Director 



Assistant Dean 

Katherine M. Schwab 

Admissions 

Glen Glenn, Director 

Law Clinic 
John P. Nelson, Director 

Law Records 
Anne R. Dummet, Supervisor 

Library 

Stella Chiang, Law Librarian 

Placement and Continuing Legal 
Education 

Pamela L. Jackson, Director & 

Associate Dean 

LIBRARY 

Mary Lee Sweat, University Librarian 

ADMINISTRATION 

Norman Roussell, Vice President 
for Administration 

Admissions 
Rebecca U. Brechtel, Dean 



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Economics, Finance And Decision Science 





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Management, Marketing And Legal Studies 




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Mathematical Sciences 




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Political Science 





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Visual Arts 




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Faces/Places 



RIGHT: Loyola is unique! From the palm 
trees and trolley cars on St. Charles Avenue, 
to the rich Jesuit heritage and wide variety of 
geographic, ethnic and cultural student body, 
Loyola is special. "Lagniappe" provides the 
new student with that "little bit extra", and 
that spirit continues throughout the entire 
year. BELOW: Throughout the school year, 
Loyola provides students with the opportuni- 
ty to learn and explore many areas of interest 
and concern to them. A great number of peo- 
ple took advantage of the symposium honor- 
ing Louisiana women. 




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University Relations 



142 




LEFT: Take five! With all the "hustle and 
bustle" of campus life, those quiet moments of 
taking a break and enjoying the beautiful 
weather and lovely campus are special times. 
BELOW: Cash or charge? Your driver's li- 
cense and one piece of identification please. 
These students may feel like they are at the 
mall shopping instead of at college. 




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College life consists of a wide variety of activi- 
ties, interests and involvements. The Loyola 
tradition demands excellence in academics 
and these students are conscientious in their 
daily studies. 



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versity Relations 



LEFT: Rain or shine, there's always time to 
share a friendly moment with friends. BE- 
LOW: "Crammin time"! Whether it's keeping 
ahead of assignments or some last minute re- 
view for a test, "where there's a will, there's a 
way" and you can always find a place to study. 




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There is nothing like good entertainment, es- 
pecially when it is provided by fellow class- 
mates. It is just a way to "unwind" after a 
hectic week of study. These students certainly 
provided a "fun-filled" afternoon. 





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Leave it to the ladies! When these sorority 
sisters begin to perform, all eyes are on them. 
What a delight to take time from a busy sched- 
ule for some good campus entertainment. 



149 



"Faces and Places" that's what it's all 

about. College students build relationships 
that, in some cases, may last for a lifetime. 
How grateful we are for the college years we 
enjoy and the friends we make. 



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As seniors graduate from high school each 
spring, a chapter in their lives has closed. But 
as one chapter is closed, another is just open- 
ing. College life brings new goals, new direc- 
tions, new schedules, new adjustments and 
new friends. How grateful we are for the new 
relationships we share with our "college fam- 

iiy". 



151 



"If each one would light just one little candle, 
what a brighter world it would be." We may 
have heard that expression many times but 
during the Christmas candle light caroling, we 
felt the true spirit of Christmas. These poten- 
tial Loyolans truely symbolize the spirit of the 
holidays. 




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"I'm dreaming of a white Christmas!" Well, 
dreaming is all Loyola students will do if they 
expect to see snow in New Orleans at Christ- 
mas-time. But, could it be, the ground is cov- 
ered with snow? To the total delight of staff 
and students, young and old alike spent hours 
frolicking in the snow. Thanks to the efforts of 
"Student Union Variety Unlimited" and 
"Oshman's Sporting Goods Stores," this be- 
came an unforgettable event for the 1986-87 
school year. 



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The "Quad" is the center of many activities on the Loyola campus. 
Ranging from concerts, picnics, union functions, parties and 
games, the "Quad" is a favorite place for Loyola students. 



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Campus life is filled with constant activity, place for the quiet solitude this Loyola slu- 
most of which demands group involvement. dent is enjoying. 
Rarely does a student find the time or the 



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"When do I leave for Hollywood? I'm sure I'll 
be discovered soon. Think of the thrill it is for 
my friends to be able to experience all this 
talent. Where else than at Loyola?" 




157 



Fraternities and sororities play an important 
role in campus life at Loyola. Friendships are 
formed and memories are made during the 
school year as students "work and play" to- 
gether. 




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LEFT: "That old gang of mine." Loyola pro- 
vides fun-filled activities and gives students 
the opportunity to express their "talents". 
BELOW: Loyola students contribute to a wide 
variety of programs and seminars sponsored 
by various groups and organizations within 
the school. 




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iversity Relations 

)yola University library offers a place of solitude and research not only for Loyola students, but for people from all facets of 

e. This building stands as a pillar of learning on the Loyola campus. 



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nly well-known to current Loyola staff and 
tudents but to countless graduates and 
riends from years past. He has served as pho- 
ographer on certain occasions, for the "Wolf, 
he "Maroon", the "University" and has 
aught "photography", on certain occasions, 
or the past 38 years. He retired August 1st, 
987, from these positions, but will continue to 
/ork part-time for the Loyola archives. We 
alute you, Mr. Cresson, and thank you for a 
Db well done. 



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"Let's light the Christmas tree." A favorite 
Christmas song and a favorite time of the year. 
The words on this shirt, "Mistletoe Madness", 
express the "lighter" side of the christmas 
spirit. 



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WCDC - T.V. is in operation on the Loyola 
campus as part of the communications depart- 
ment. It offers students "hands-on" training 
and experience in their chosen field. 



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The music department has always been a 
valuable part of Loyola. Here, students dem- 
onstrate their talents and abilities. Whether 
performing for a school-wide concert or play- 
ing and singing informally, music adds to cam- 
pus life. 




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BELOW: "I love a parade!" "What a better 
city than New Orleans?" It may not be Mardi 
Gras, but it's still fun! RIGHT: The campus 
community fs in agreement, "We love the mild 
winter and the semi-tropical climate in the 
south!" 




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That special day arrives --- The reason for 
Loyola's existence. "You have prepared us to 
take our place in society and for this we say, 
thanks." 



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LEFT; "Anchors away!" These "Theta Phi Al- 
pha" enjoy a special moment together. 
ABOVE: These "Beggars" enjoy a special mo- 
ment together also, but in this case, it is com- 
petition and an enjoyable afternoon. 



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The "Wolf Yearbook staff wishes to thank D. 
Brion Ebey for all of his hard work and dili- 
gence in the ad campaign. RIGHT: As shown, 
a personal body guard was needed to protect 
him from area businesses because of his persis- 
tence. ABOVE: We hope his efforts did not 
contribute to this present state. 




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The Broadway campus houses the Loyola law 
school. It is a vital part of the Loyola commu- 
nity. This is a beautiful view of the courtyard 
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Editor's Page 



The 1986-87 Wolf Yearbook 
staff has had the unique 
privilege of presenting to the 
Loyola community the his- 
tory of the 75th Diamond 
Anniversary of Loyola Uni- 
versity. 

It is with pride and pleasure 
that we have researched, 
compiled and presented not 
only the events and activi- 
ties of the current year but 
also many of the special 
events and people of the 
past. 

Please take a moment to 
read the introduction of this 
46th volume of the Wolf 
Yearbook, It truly is your 
heritage. 

I wish to express apprecia- 
tion from the communica- 
tions department to the 
many people whose contri- 
butions have made possible 
the publication of the Wolf 
Yearbook. 

Sincerely, 

Mark McLean 
Editor-in-chief 



Wolf Yearbook Staff 
1986-87 

Mark McLean, Editor-in-Chief 
Kathleen Hauf, Associate 

Editor 
Chris Vincent, Assistant Editor 
Dr. Larry Lorenz, Advisor 
Tara Hulen, Business Manager 
D. Brion Ebey, Ad 

Representative 
Mr. Bill Hopkins, Jostens 

Representative 

We wish to thank the following 
students and friends of the 
"Wolf" for their help and sup- 
port: 

Denise Horton 
Laura Mathison 
Catherine Anaya 
Edward B. Mendy 
Carolyn Slaughter 
Danelle Broach 
Sonya McLean 
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